I don't think underinformed is a word, but it works best. My PC hardware class is full of them, kids who think they know everything, but really just through terms around. Even then, they are never wrong, its always oh well yeah, if you think about it that way... Drive me crazy. For instance, some one, some where, talked to all of them about the Yahoo/Microsoft deal. This one guy was all yeah, they offered some crazy deal like 74 billion. Yeah, i could have said something, but then, i would be hated by everyone. (minus the people who are actually informed) as well, this would be something i would be doing every five minutes, correcting people. Like, i'm not sure, its like some one purposely places these people in my classes. I'm pretty sure it just comes with the territory, but it ridiculous. The real issue is, they aren't ignorant, they just choose to not really know what going on, instead just figure bits and pieces are good enough, and then walk around toting half ass information..... Drives me crazy.