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The Secret Society With a ‘Moral Obligation’ to Correct Grammar and Spelling in Graffiti

There’s a gang of copyeditors loose on the moonlit streets of Quito.

There’s a band of copyeditors loose on the moonlit streets of Quito. A group of three men in their thirties founded ‘Acción Ortográfica’ last fall in Ecuador’s capital with the aim to rid the world of poorly written graffiti with one illicit correction at a time.

”We hope that, through this noble mission, we are able to bring a service to the community that promotes the proper use of language and frees society of the confusion, frustration, anguish, and misunderstandings caused by poorly written graffiti,” reads the mission statement.

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