The problem with being all knowing is that people will insist on telling you things you just already know.
For the pains of remaining passive and a sponge to surroundings, one must endure frequent repetitions. It is like a life on a loop.
But the lesser mortals must be humoured I suppose. Those who are built like watering cans: a large cavity where the water can be stored but a spout from which it leaks, spurting information everywhere so that it must again be poured back into the central system. One is either a sponge or a watering can, I find.
Omniscience just isn't all it's cracked up to be.