A person like Ned Flanders who is always very nice and accomadating is not considered attractive by most people. I'm not sure if he would be a good example of low entropy.
from the Simpson's wiki
"Nedward "Ned" Flanders Jr. is the Simpson Family's extremely religious next "diddly-door" neighbor. He is a genuinely well-meaning good-natured person, and is one of the few in Springfield to whom that description applies. Though firmly religious, he can be timid and something of an easy pushover. He thoroughly worships God and strictly follows the Bible as literally as possible and is easily shocked when challenged on any point of dogma. He also owns the Leftorium and a home business, Flancrest Enterprises, which makes religious hook rugs. He also works as a member of the Springfield Volunteer Fire Department."
One one end of the spectrum the system churns out fearless, attractive, highly intelligent FWAUs and places them in favorable circumstances where in combination with free will, they achieve their potential...take our dutch uncle Tom for example.
At the other end of the spectrum, the system churns our fearful, unattractive, low intelligence FWAUs and places them in unfavorable circumstances and says "good luck", see you on the other side...like our fictional Ned Flanders.
FWAUs in the latter category will not be capable of absorbing or becoming aware of MBTOE, at least in its current form. Or, if they were to stumble on MBTOE, they would cling to it as they do their guns and try to make sense of it within their limited capacities.
They would hear the instruction to "become love", but much of their effort would be a mentally driven charade, their interpretation of what this means, and in a weak moment, or under the influence, they would default to kicking their cat or hitting their spouse physically or verbally...or not...depending on their inherent quality/entropy, ....what they do at the autonomic NPMR level when their frontal cortex is distracted.
Regardless, Ned strikes me as a sincere person with limited resources trying very hard to do the best he can with what he was given to work with.
We each have to ask ourselves if we are doing the best we can, with the equipment we have been given to climb this mountain, and if the Neds are making us look bad.