You don't need to yell. You could add a partition in the empty space; create a filesystem (format) such as ext3 for example, and then use that for the /home partition. Simply mount the partition somewhere temporarily (let's say on /mnt), run "mv /home/* /mnt/", finally unmount the partition and remount it on /home.
If you are using lvm2, then you could instead use Red Hats lvm configuration wizard to add the empty partition.
You could also mount the filesystem on a directory in your home directory. Suppose you will have 10's of GB of podcasts. You could mount it over a ~/podcasts directory.
The /usr system directory tends to be large and grows over time as you add new packages. Not as large as /home on a typical workstation. It makes sense to have /home on it's own partition. This would allow you to reinstall a different distro and not format the old /home partition.