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Also, if we create rules, we must tolerate their over and underinclusiveness.
I agree, but that still has implications for how we understand and interpret the exceptions – and also increases the underinclusiveness of prohibiting other kinds of commercial dilution, which has implications for the First Amendment analysis of dilution.
Over and underinclusiveness are, however, not pathological features of rules, but they are the inevitable corollaries of rules-based decision-making.