How can an article have comments from a year before posting?

The article "10 Tips from One Week as a Professional Baker" is dated today(11/9/2016) but has comments that are identified as dating back a year. I must be missing something here.

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caninechef November 9, 2016
Chops et al-Thank you. .
 
Riddley G. November 9, 2016
Hi! This article is re-rerun. We re-run articles we think have timely importance/usefulness. Like one of the commenters below pointed out, the bottom of the article says, "This aritcle originally appeared on September 17, 2015. We're re-running because Thanksgiving is coming (and lots of pie and baked goods)!" Every article we re-run has this disclaimer, as to avoid confusion!
 
sexyLAMBCHOPx November 9, 2016
um, I have a name - Chops!
 
Riddley G. November 9, 2016
Sorry, Chops! I didn't mean to not give you proper credit.
 
sexyLAMBCHOPx November 9, 2016
At the end of the rticle, in italics, it states, "This aritcle originally appeared on September 17, 2015. We're re-running because Thanksgiving is coming (and lots of pie and baked goods)! "
 
Nancy November 9, 2016
Ta-da!
 
Susan W. November 9, 2016
Maybe it was also posted a year ago and then refreshed and reposted.
 
Nancy November 9, 2016
I've noticed the editors reprint articles of perennial (sp?) interest, sometimes with full info on previous appearance, sometimes without.
 
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