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Whenever I bump a question, a sign comes that says you cannot bump this question for so and so minutes even though the question is bumped. I know its not important but I thought I'd just let you know.

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I think there might be a lagg. If you click it once then it will happen. Might not happen right away and it might take a few seconds or even a minute but the process of being bump is occurring so if you try to bump it again it's not going to let you do it.
Could you get us a screen shot next time it happens? It helps for us to see what you see. What browser are you running?
I think its ok now anyway. I use Firefox.

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OK maybe it wasn't. That happened as soon as I bumped the question and mind you, the question WAS bumped.
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Is there any chance you accidentally double-clicked the bump button?
no, because that happens every time.

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