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Yesterday my reputation was 76. But today it's only 1. Why did this happen?

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Sudden drops like this can be caused by posts being marked offensive (you suddenly lose 100 points).

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Aha, one learns something every day! Didn't know that. I guess this shows when clicking that little envelope? –  Arjan Oct 25 '09 at 8:45
    
I don't think it does. But it should, as should every rep-affecting event. –  Ether Oct 25 '09 at 17:38

This post:

http://superuser.com/questions/59740/is-there-a-difference-between-amd-and-intel-processors/59811#59811

was marked as offensive. Seems a bit extreme to me, so I removed that from your vote table for now and recalculated.

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(Just for those who, like me, click that link without the required reputation: that specific answer is not visible for most of us. So, it's not about the question itself that shows when clicking that link.) –  Arjan Oct 25 '09 at 9:49
    
There are times when I really miss that ♦ when visiting SU/SF. –  Marc Gravell Oct 25 '09 at 20:19

You might be able to see more when clicking that little envelope next to your name. (Only you can see that; we cannot.)

(And as this question will be moved to meta.stackoverflow.com some time later, you can register there to prepare for that, and then associate your accounts.)

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