Just got back from Q-FK, where I saw people lined up to pay their Statistical Ignorance Tax. The Statistical Ignorance Tax is a tax levied on people who don't understand statistics.
Payment is $1.00 per person and is completely voluntary, with no identification required. If you wish to pay the tax, all you need do is implicitly acknowledge that you don't understand statistics, step up to the counter, and pay your dollar. You will then be handed a printed receipt for payment. If you'd like, you can specify a series of numbers to be imprinted upon the receipt.
There is an incentive for paying the tax. When the tax payment cycle is over, one or more receipts MIGHT be selected based on a combination of randomly selected numbers. The holders of the chosen receipts will receive an obscene amount of cash, to be paid out of Statistical Ignorance Tax revenues.
The amount of cash received by the randomly chosen taxpayers will not be as advertised in the Statistical Ignorance Tax Payment marketing campaign, and this will naturally come as a surprise to the recipients, since, by definition, people who don't understand statistics don't understand annuities either.
Or marketing for that matter.