Sorry, if these questions are really basic, but I never really flagged anything until a few months ago, and I've still submitted less than a dozen flags. And I've just looked at my flagging summary for the first time. At the very bottom of my flagging summary I see this (as the last item):
I have a few questions about this:
First and foremost, why is this here? I don't recall submitting any flags before September 2011 (and the second-to-bottom flag on the list is from September 2011 -- I remember that flag). Furthermore, the linked question (now deleted) is tagged "C++", which is a tag I never looked at until much more recently than this flag, so I don't see how I could have randomly stumbled upon this page and accidentally submitted a flag.
For the sake of argument, let's say I did stumble upon this post and accidentally submit this flag (even though I have no recollection of it). Where did the language "Possible trolling? At worst, off-topic" come from? In that spot, all my other flags say "not an answer" or "very low quality", which are the options I specifically remember selecting when I submitted those flags. But the language on this one doesn't even seem to be an option in the list (unless that's what the "Other" text is -- but seeing as I never typed this maybe that's part of problem #1).
Finally, to the right of the date on most of my flags I see "helpful" and for a few a see "disputed" -- I guess these terms refer to what the moderator thought of my flag? But there is nothing at all to the right of this flag. What does nothing mean? A moderator has never looked at it? (If that's the case, why would my oldest flag never have been looked at -- if anything it seems like the newer flags would be the ones that are still enqueued.)