Just a quick comment about things that I hear people say and a very common sign that I see outside of businesses. The first is "Where you at?" This grates on me, having grown up with parents that spoke proper English. All one has to say is "Where are you?" I know the language changes with the times, but I think that when a person uses that phrase, it not only demonstrates their rebellion against proper English, but also just sounds really ignorant. The second irritating bit of grammar is these signs outside of businesses that say "Help wanted – Inquire within" Within what? (within the four walls of this business? Within one week?) Do you mean to say "inside"? Then why not just say "Inquire inside"? "Inquire within" might sound formal or whatever, but it' completely wrong. O.K., there you have it; my two main 'pet peeves' about modern language. What are some things that really get YOU going?