As for grammar and linguistics. Talking and writing "correctly" is OK. But where is this rule book? It doesn't matter really. Point is, I'm guilty of making fun of the quentessential "hillbilly" accent and linguistic mistakes. But you know what. I feel terrible for it. That is how they interact with each other. And I think that's more important, than talking and writing the "right" way. I think sometimes mispellings, ramblings, run ons. This is the way people really wanna interact. And it's kind of sick, if we really try to regulate interaction. Sure it's not like race, sexuality, gender etc. Because our lingo is chosen and those things aren't chosen. Well I guess you can have strange surgeries to change things these days. But I do feel like lingo has a beauty in it's differences that those things have. I think the world is beautiful because it's different. Can you imagine how boring it'd be if everyone was a 6 foot tall, white, straight, male, shoe size 10, blue eyes, blond hair. That would boring as shit. That and well it'd be hard for everyone to be straight, if everyone was a male. It's beautiful when people are different looking, acting, etc. than you are. Same thing with lingo. If we all talked with perfect grammar, linguistics, and no accents. It'd be one hell of a boring world. We'd sound like robots. And that in itself it scary.
I literally have NO IDEA of where to start with this.