I raised a close flag for this question. I flagged it as should be closed -> unclear what you're asking. The downvotes show that there is actually something wrong with the question. Unfortunately the flag "aged away". As I pay close attention to the flags I am raising, I simply couldn't accept the fact that the flag has not been resolved and that question, which is very weak and has no answers is sitting there unanswered and "taking up space". So I raised another flag, because should be closed is not allowed anymore - I raised very low quality, hoping it would get resolved and instead I got disputed.
The downvote stat clearly shows it is not a good question. The fact that it doesn't have ANY answers is also a good indicator of it. How should this be handled if I can't raise the flag that aged away anymore?
Fun fact: The flag section now indicates that I have ALSO raised third option - duplicate. But that is not true, I only raised two flags (possible bug?).