Erik101 saidI bet there are guys on this site who have no clue on what winter solstice is...
maybe true but wiki ( winter solstice ) and your an expert.
An expert in what? Surely not in grammar.
And before anyone pulls out their "Grammar Nazi" guns, this is exactly the point. How knowledgable are we required to be when we post online? Don't know about the solstice? Well, I don't know about chemistry, or medicine & law enough to practice them, and a long list of other things.
And in this specific case of "your" and "you're", which I myself noted, I often make similar homonymic typing errors. Because I touch-type very quickly, dictating to myself as I write, and my fingers (or that part of my brain the directs them) hears the phonetic sound, not the meaning.
I remember a Sherlock Holmes short story by A. Conan Doyle, in which Dr. Watson is shocked that Holmes is unaware whether the Earth revolves around the Sun, or vice versa.
"And now that I have heard that," (in a loose quote from memory) "I will promptly try to forget it," replied Holmes. Point was, Holmes only retained the information that was important to his detective work, and he avoided & discarded all the rest as excess mental baggage. An interesting approach to life.