Maybe the posters ought to refrain from posting unnecessary apostrophes when pluralizing nouns, and when saying (or thinking they are saying) "its", "your", "there", or "their".
As a test, see how the response slows down when I type the following:
it's you're they're night's
But NO, forget it, that would require a literacy test and for so many here English appears to be a non-native language.
Yeah, let’s focus on a misplaced apostrophe instead of FR’s miserable history when it comes to events like this.
........maybe it would help the discourse if you hacked up a period, question mark or exclamation point you mangy, flea infested feline.
Blame a video instead of a policy, blame a misplaced punctuation mark instead of a lacking web site.
Are you sure you're not a stinkin' rat instead of a flea infested cat?
Perhaps a review of using commas in a series would be helpful as well.