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On, I read the following:

3.3k flags, average handling time 19 hours 8 minutes

Checking the number of flags from all the moderators (including Community Coordinators), I get a total of 1,653.
Between the actually elected moderators, there isn't a temporary moderator; between the Community Coordinators, there isn't Dori. Still, the difference between the 3.3k flags shown in the summary, and the 1,653 flags I get as sum is too high. It doesn't seem quite possible that two users handled the 1,647 flags missing from the count.

How can the difference be explained?

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up vote 6 down vote accepted

The remaining are comment flags.

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Aren't those already included, in the numbers I added? – kiamlaluno Jun 4 '12 at 22:24
No. It adds to the total count, but not an individual's count. – Lorem Ipsum Jun 4 '12 at 22:29

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