I was just watching a series of short films on 9/11 that was broadcast by the Sundance Channel (called 9 Views: 9/11). In one segment, a film class in San Francisco talked about their feelings (this was on 9/18). One young man was very upset and very emotional, partially because he knew someone whose family was on the Pennsylvania plane. What he was feeling and saying would have been very moving, if not for the fact that every other word out of his mouth was "like" (paraphrasing: "I'm, like, feeling, like, very, like, vulnerable, and, like, I, like, am so, like, upset"). It was absolutely comical, and completely frustrating, because I could tell that his emotions were genuine and I probably would have been crying along with him, if I hadn't been laughing and cringing in embarrassment at the time. I'll bet one thing, that after seeing himself in this documentary, he'll never say "like" again!