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What happened here? According to the timestamps the answer was provided three days before the questions was asked. It's about the answers from 7th of march.

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What do you mean, the question was asked on March 10. Where do you see an answer before that? You probably thought May 7 was Mar 7, is my guess. –  Bart Kiers Jun 29 '11 at 21:41
When this actually happens, the answerer is Jon Skeet. –  Anthony Pegram Jun 30 '11 at 1:49

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Two of the answers have been given on March 10, and the other two have been given on May 7, while the question has been asked on March 10.

As the timestamps don't report the year, it means they are all referring to the current year. None of the answers has the timestamp earlier than the question's timestamp.

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