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Questions not removed from “Linked” when comments are deleted

Given http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8647724/utorrent-and-really-slow-internet if we look at the linked questions on the right, we see

an illustration pointing out the oddity

So what gives. Why is this linked? I don't see anything on the other Q that seems to link back to this one, either. Are there practical uses for dynamic-casting to void pointer?

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marked as duplicate by juan, Arjan, kiamlaluno, Sathya, Pops Dec 28 '11 at 14:59

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and now the OP is deleted, so this is probably useless except for those over 10k on Stack Overflow – jcolebrand Dec 27 '11 at 18:36
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This was totally my fault. My comment originally linked to the wrong question, which I was answering at the same time. I later edited to fix it when I spotted what I'd done. Looks like the "linked" questions outlived the edit I made though.

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Indeed the linked section is not updated, until some post is edited. – Arjan Dec 27 '11 at 20:05

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