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There is something about this question that is messing up the formatting on the page. It seems that something with a fixed-width style is carrying over into the question footer:

Im supposed to say waffles here I guess

I scanned the markdown briefly for manually entered <code> and <pre> tags but didn't see any.

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The same I've met today in this post... – TLama Oct 20 '12 at 16:28
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I just added a space and re-saved and it seems fine.

The body was last edited in August '09 which means it was subject to old Markdown bugs that were since fixed in MarkdownSharp.

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Good deal, thanks – Michael Haren Nov 12 '10 at 14:41
    
welcome to the 100k club, btw. I bet you created meta under the guise of improved community involvement and issue tracking, but really it exists just to give you this opportunity, right? – Michael Haren Nov 12 '10 at 14:42

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