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The description of this badge is: "Answered your own question with score of 3 or more".

It seems that this badge can be earned multiple times, but when I examined many users who have earned it, I found no one had earned it multiple times.

Why doesn't Stack Overflow describe it as "First answered your own question with score of 3 or more"?

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Because badges that can be earned multiple times have 'this badge can be earned multiple times' stated explicitly in their description. – Yi Jiang Jun 12 '11 at 10:44
    
possible duplicate of List of all badges with full descriptions – Jon Seigel Jun 13 '11 at 17:06
up vote 6 down vote accepted

Self-Learner

  1. bronze; awarded once
  2. Provide an answer to your own question that receives a score of three

this is the information from this post on meta

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