So help me, I'm NOT a member of the Grammar Police. Really, I'm not. But, I just can't keep this to myself any longer. Specifically, the way so many people seem to confuse the word "weary" with the word "leery". The two words have two completely different meanings, but I'm always hearing people say stuff like: "I went out with her a few times, but I'm a little WEARY of doing it again." For Heaven's sake, "weary" means "tired". The proper word here is "leery", meaning "suspicious" or "wary". Maybe this is a regional thing, and perhaps no one else here has been an auditory witness to this verbal silliness. But to the folks who are out there doing this, PLEASE, cut it out already! Okay. I feel better. Boy, do I like the Tavern.......