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Accepted answers are all accepted at Jan 1 '01 at 0:00

It appears that the time in the tooltip for accepted answer tick is (always?) wrong:

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I sampled a fair number of my most recent accepted answers and all of them show Jan 1'01 at 0:00.

I'm aware of the fact that this resembles this question: Incorrect time in accepted answer tooltip. However, that question is old (2009) and apparently was marked as resolved (? confusing tags for me)

marked as duplicate by sehe, Michael Petrotta, Rosinante, Rebecca Chernoff Oct 27 '11 at 0:13

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  • How about this one from 2 hours ago? – ughoavgfhw Oct 27 '11 at 0:04
  • @ughoavgfhw: hah that was fast. voting as duplicate then (can I vote for my own answer?). (Now let's find whether there was a bug in the search results too, or just in my content scanning ability...?) – sehe Oct 27 '11 at 0:06
  • I'm not sure about voting to close, but you can just delete it yourself (no voting required). – ughoavgfhw Oct 27 '11 at 0:07
  • @ughoavgfhw: hey hey; I don't want to delete a post I just spent 15 minutes writing :) Besides, it documents that more people are independently reporting the bug as problematic (means something else than that a bug receives upvotes: upvotes are way more passive could merely be a reaction rather than an initiative). But, that's meta-so-psychology – sehe Oct 27 '11 at 6:21