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In addition to all my other super-secret moderator tools, (ie, knowing when you're sleeping, knowing when you're awake, knowing when you're bad or good, seeing you when you're showering, etc) I have the ability to see the number of posts that a particular user has that have been flagged.

This shows up in people's profiles next to the "mod" button, here's mine:

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If I click through, I can see the posts of mine that have been flagged, and I count a total of 3. I am bad at math, but I think 3 is significantly less than 46.

I know recently flag counts were adjusted to include comment flags, but as a moderator I think I'd notice if I was flagged for comments 43 times or so.

I checked a few other users and noticed similar discrepencies. For instance, badp is bad to the bone and has 90+ in his count, although the list shows 9 (and it's paginated, although the second page is blank)

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Fellow moderator Oak also has a count of 70, and his list shows 5. Again, there's a second page to the list, and it's blank. – agent86 Jun 26 '13 at 16:32
This has been an issue with MSO for quite some time now. Has it just manifested on your site? – BoltClock's a Unicorn Jun 26 '13 at 16:37
I show 8 but really have 3. I don't recall this occurring before on UX – Ben Brocka Jun 26 '13 at 16:38

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