Sharenator WTF!?

I decided to find the oldest un-rated post on sharenator, but I got to page 627 (the last page with any content) and there was a load of posts that looked like this, as you can see, they have a description, no title, instead of being listed '0 points' it just says 'points' and it was apparently posted 114 years ago! Explain that!
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    tardis 2 - sharenator wtf!?

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    great scott Infinite Picdump 88 s400x341 252428 535

    • Jozzoh
    • June 17, 2012, 9:05 am
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    so now we know that posts are not allowed to be older than 114 years old. So in 115 years the posts will be reposted as recently posted. HOLY SHIT I wanna see that, I start living really healthy just to see that

    • Vans
    • June 17, 2012, 4:58 pm
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    They're deleted posts from what i can tell on the description.

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    I think it's a bug related to deleted posts. When a post is deleted by a moderator, it still remains in the database, but is flagged as deleted. This must be a bug where deleted posts are still being retrieved from the database. Nothing to worry about, but thanks for pointing it out. That will probably now get fixed soon. To be honest, they probably already know about it but can't be bothered to fix it.*

    *Sharenator is run by Responsible Adults

    I was thinking something similar, as one of the posts in question was a laptop battery post, which are usually viciously hunted down and removed.
    - drakengard85 June 17, 2012, 3:16 pm
    so what you're saying is that when a post is deleted we send it back in time?
    - triclebickle June 17, 2012, 4:14 pm
    Kinda. I assume the easiest way to prevent a post from being retrieved while keeping it in the database would be to put it back in time. But thats not all. Deleted posts never show on homepage etc. It just appears they are accessible here.
    - SkinnyBill June 17, 2012, 4:54 pm
    wow 1898 must be spammed to hell by now.
    - triclebickle June 17, 2012, 4:57 pm
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