I just can't spell apparently. Anyway, I think you'd agree that this at least sounds nonnegative.
- By negative I meant that someone with little knowledge would simply not know. He have everything mixed together yet is convinced he has it correctly - hence, negative knowledge: rolling dice blindly would give better result in hypothetical test that he would. ... hmmm ... but you have point that this should be explained directly in the trivia instead of trying to hint by non-existing "phrase". (I was aiming at something like "He's very bad at math", but I guess it didn't worked). -- Hkmaly (talk) 00:18, March 29, 2016 (UTC)
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