in reply to
Re: OT: "its" vs. "it's"
in thread How I can get a Youtube Video Title using it's Link
Good point. In this case, "it's" is a contraction of "it has".
Non-existent; I don't have TV
Non-existent; my TV doesn't have/need a remote
Under my control; I watch alone
Under the control of whoever shouts loudest
Under the control of whoever gets it first
One of many, and the TV has a mind of its own
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