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So I was going along my merry way in the LQ review queue, and lo and behold this question shows up.

The question is definitely low quality, I'm not arguing that. I clicked "recommend close". But then I noticed that the question was posted in 2009.

So, that's weird. Why is such an old post showing up in the queue? Here's the link to the review item.

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That's definitely weird. I just voted to close also, it looked like an audit at first with the grayed out username. Maybe someone flagged it? That sounds like a probable reason as to why it was added. – Josh Crozier Oct 27 '13 at 23:03
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There are probably thousands of questions from 2009 that should be in the queue but aren't. – slugster Oct 27 '13 at 23:18
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A user had flagged the post as "very low quality" - which after being active for 15 minutes bumped it into the Low Quality Posts queue. Nothing weird here.

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The interesting thing about this situation was that the review task sync happened while the flag was being created - resulting in the review task being dated slightly before the flag. Nothing incorrect resulted from this, but it did throw me for a bit when viewing the timeline. – Shog9 Oct 27 '13 at 23:29

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