Someone at Yahoo! must be comma-tose. She has no idea how to use punctuation. Or even if punctuation is necessary. And that someone wrote this mess for Yahoo! Shine:
The wrong punctuation (a period instead of a question mark), the missing punctuation (like a comma or two) and the mysterious “to do it toss it” are just the start. The article continues with a cap on melamine (it’s not a proper noun), the laughable plural one’s, and the missing also in the correlative conjunction not only…but also:
This comma should be a semicolon or a colon:
A comma is required to separate two independent causes clauses joined with and; another comma is needed after the word quick and the comma should be a semicolon:
Finally, the writer probably doesn’t know this, but a pronoun needs an antecedent — the word it refers to. If the antecedent is plural (ice cubes), the pronoun must be plural (they).
I’ve read a lot of bad writing, but I’ve never read anything by anyone who was more punctuation-challenged. Nice job!