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Using the Low Quality Posts Tool, I have already said Not Sure to these answers:

But they keep coming back to me in the queue. Seems to me it's a bug.

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Or maybe they want you to make a decision –  Cole Johnson Aug 22 '12 at 23:35
    
If "not sure" were called "skip", that behavior would make more sense. –  bfavaretto Aug 23 '12 at 3:20
    
I have no clue about PHP code, so I would likely click "Not Sure" as well on the second example. What's the point of asking me again? I still don't know what the code does, if anything. –  Bo Persson Aug 23 '12 at 10:33
    
This is a bug. Others have reported it as well, and we're still working on tracking it down. –  Emmett Aug 23 '12 at 15:37
    
@Levi We reproduced and fixed the issue causing you to see the post in your first bullet multiple times: a small fraction of review items are "fake" tasks for the purpose of auditing reviewers. If you clicked "Not Sure" on an audit task, it was possible to see it again. We still haven't cracked the second case though. From the logs, we see that you were given the post to review 3 times, but it appears as if you navigated away to the corresponding question page, rather than reviewing it, the first two times. We'll continue to investigate it. –  Emmett Aug 23 '12 at 22:47
    
@Emmett That may have been possible. I sometimes open the question to get more context than is provided. I may have never taken an action. Good to see at least one was a bug. –  Levi Morrison Sep 17 '12 at 22:24
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This has been fixed.

A small fraction of review items are "fake" tasks for the purpose of auditing reviewers, and there was a bug in which clicking Not Sure on an audit task did not always dequeue it from your list.

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