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First of all, I got this item to review – six days after it was deleted. So, I presume this was an audit? I didn't get a "Congratulations" message telling me I passed the audit, and even if I had gotten it, this would have been weird since I'm a mod, but … anyway.

See the "other answers" number here? 0)? What is that supposed to mean?

In fact, the question has exactly one other answer (or should have had one if this item hadn't been deleted at the time I reviewed it).

Fun fact: It was me who had deleted the post on January 23. So why show me this as an audit?

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The parenthesis also shows up on the late answers review; see… – Niall C. Jan 27 '13 at 0:37

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