You are either not dumb but are missing the point because you are distracted or temporarily confused by his meaning, or you are missing the point because you are simply dumb and all the typical misunderstandings that go along with being dumb.
I choose to examine the statement as it is - a statement of an absolute position. Basically any judge that likes all of his results necessarily cannot be a good judge. Is this really, necessarily true? Is it really impossible
for a good judge to 'like the results he reaches'? I don't buy it.
Also, I'm not challenged by externalities, my challenges come from within. I don't care what the original intent of the post was, I just don't like the statement. I am also not challenged by your false choise.