I'm not even going to comment on the first long-winded ridiculousness of a post, but I will comment on this one. Anyone that struggles putting music on a BlackBerry should promptly give up and go back to a flip phone. It takes about two seconds to open up as a USB drive and drag-and-drop any music you choose. That you would even mention iTunes in the same post is asinine. iTunes is the absolute worst pile of garbage software ever devised. I'd carry a cassette tape boombox on my shoulder before I'd ever use iTunes again.
Originally Posted by Epicurien
This confusion can easily be avoided if you pronounce the word intended aloud. If it has a voiced Z sound, then it’s “lose.” If it has a hissy S sound, then it’s “loose.” Here are examples of correct usage: “He tends to lose his keys.” “She lets her dog run loose.”
not rigidly fastened or securely attached
to miss from one's possession or from a customary or supposed place
Also, just because a word has an "s" at the end, doesn't mean it needs an apostrophe.