Dunning-Kruger For Dummies

It's how a judge feels when a neophyte lawyer knows the law better
than he does.
It's how a tenured prof feels when an undergrad knows the subject
better than he does.
It's how Bill and Hillary felt when Barry H'ussein won the nomination
and presidency.
It's how Salieri felt when he heard young Mozart's music.
It's how an august evolutionary biologist feels when a layman proves
that evolution is metaphysics.

In other words, it's that gnawing, corrosive resentment that any self-
anointed demigod experiences when his delusions of superiority are
demolished by the wrong sort of person.