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It's "would have" not "would of."
Your and you're are different. The former means "belonging to you"; the latter means "you are."
There, their and they're are different. They mean "in that place", "belonging to them" and "they are."
Its and it's are different. The former means "belonging to it" and the latter means "it is."
This is NOT directed against non-native English speakers. But, for the love of all that is holy, those of you who are grammar challenged are really pissing off those of us who are not. If you want to be taken seriously on these forums, as in life, show some of the intelligence you were born with. Typos are one thing; forgetting most of what you learned in English class is another.
Oh, by the way, walls of text are generally ignored; as are non-ending paragraphs containing a lack of punctuation. If you took half an hour to type your rant, why does it seem inconceivable that you might take five more minutes and spell-check and punctuate it correctly?
Let the charges of elitism and flaming commence.
Hedonismbot: Your latest performance was as delectable as dipping my bottom over and over into a bath of the silkiest oils and creams.