Popular consensus seems to have settled on the idea that
The Incredibles (along with most of Brad Bird's other films)
Ayn Rand-ian politics,
by depicting the protagonists
as inherently special (and therefore "greater than" everyone else)
"participation trophy" culture
and "everyone is special" philosophising.
It's easy to wind up with redundant address data when operating institutional systems: people register more than once with different e-mail addresses, they register for other users and don't have all their information correct, they make a typo or use an abbreviation in their billing address but spell their home address out completely.
AMC's Mad Men is a great show. As it winds down it's final season, one thing strikes me: it can be an exhausting watch at times.