I'm using it in the sense of describing the "pedestrian" view of it. I personally do not find it weird, because as I've said many times, one is trying to force a square peg into a round hole. There's nothing here that says that the "weirdness" isn't due to our insistance that our classical idea of physical quantities such as position and momentum and energy should have the same well-defined concepts at the quantum scale.I do not think that knowledge has anything to do with it. Finding something weird is an attitude not knowledge.
I do not find it weird at all. Clearly we are not smart enough to understand it. So I find it incomprehencible but not weird.
To call something weird because we do not understand it is a cop out IMHO.
Besides, even if it IS weird, it doesn't necessarily be a bad thing. As scientists, we LOOK for weird stuff, because it means that there's new physics in it that we don't understand yet. That is the whole reason why we are employed.