When you comment on an answer to a question it repeats the phrase "the question"
example: you commented on the question the question "Why is a duck?"
When commenting on my hubs I normally respond to them under 'My Account' page and go to comments. I rarely respond directly on the article. I would recommend trying that; could make your life a little easier.
Repeating itself gives us the opportunity to comment either directly or from comments page, we have two choices.
Thank you for pointing that out. We will fix it shortly.
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