25. Tax Grammatically Incorrect Business Names Or Other Commercial Usages

There should be a tax on the commercial uses of incorrect spelling and grammar. For example, Krispy Kreme should be required to pay a tax for using these incorrect spellings. Another example would be when names and proper nouns are not capitalized on commercial products (books, movies, etc.). Written names like “adam smith” should be taxed, for example. This type of tax would help discourage incorrect uses of language and slow down and help prevent the corruption and evolution of the English language.

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