You're on. You play fast and loose with the votes because, hey, it's all for the good of the community anyway. It's not like your opinion or expertise in knowing what's right or good doesn't matter. It's all about you. Voting is voting, and it's all about spreading the ajax-clicky love.
And then you get the warning some time during the day that, whoa there, Frank! You're down to your last ten, make them count. Or at least count them as they tick to zero.
And then you see a comment that makes you cut your lip, it's just that kind of night/day/afternoon/boiler room. You know what? That's going to be a comment to up vote.
But no so fast there, Jack, you don't actually have any votes left. Not for questions. Not for answers. Certainly not for comments.
And then you ask yourself, which is it? Nine votes left, or no votes at all?
Answer: None. Apparently.
Want to try and play the game yourself?
Vote as you would a normal course of the day, keeping an eye on a comment that you like, but not quite yet. You want to tease out the courtship, too quick and the chase is gone. When you get the note that you only have 10 votes left, look sharp! Game time.
Next, go to the comment you wanted to upvote previously, but you were too muddled in your head because of social norms and the warring families were too strong. But love won in the end and you say, dammit, an upvote for witticism!
Vote on the question or an answer it belongs to, let's hope you've got that up your sleeve. Up or down, you slide how you want. You now have nine votes left for the day.
Then vote on the comment. Now you have none.
So, Quincy, is this a bug?
Here's the browser: Opera 9.64 (yes, yes, had to be Opera huh?) on Windows.