I have been on and off the Stack Exchange network for the last couple of days and hence have not been able to raise the usual number of flags that I often raise. With last flagged post on 17th June; I thought about raising some flags for our dear moderators - and I am allowed to raise 100 flags for the day (sorry, the image shows 99 - I took the screenshot after flagging one of the posts):

flag dialog

Previously, as far as I remember, I had about 42 normal flags and about 37/38 spam and offensive flags. Right now, the total of 100 counts towards both normal and spam/offensive flags.

Is this some special privilege alloted to me for my absence for the last few days? My permanent flag count? A bug?

Has any other user ever had the privilege to flag the maximum of 100 posts?

PS: My flag count on Meta and other SE network sites is normal as it should be.

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Jarrod Dixon, a developer for Stack Exchange, said in a comment that comment flags weren't being counted correctly before; so in the new build your flag count includes comment flags (if that makes any sense..)

Comment flags now appear in your flag history as well.

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As it looks, you are so awesome, the SE system awarded you with 100 flags which makes you an
H onorary A skUbuntu V ery E xtensive F lagger with U tter N oticeableness

Since I am a mod I am doomed to stay like this forever and suffer from the weight of knowing I will never be able to finish them all on time...EVER!:

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PS: I think the whole system just got reset/updated and everyone now has/starts with 100 flags.

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