For the Record

If something is not tight, it’s loose.
If you have misplaced something, the verb is lose.

You’re is a contraction of ‘you are’.
Your is a genitive (posessive).
Its is also a genitive (posessive).
It’s is only used as a contraction for ‘it is’.

People with PhDs should know better.

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