Your ignorance is an asset

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Psst... "This post was written by World's Fair guest Rachel Carr.

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Ignorance can be an asset indeed, when wielded appropriately!

But apparently you didn't catch the fact that its not Benjamin Cohen who captures the sentiment in the linked post, but World's Fair guest Rachel Carr

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Thanks. Please read the title as 'My ignorance is an embarrassment'. :-)