Every so often, an answer like this shows up in the low-quality review queue (that one showed up today for me). When it does, we are presented with the familiar choices: "Looks OK", "Edit", "Recommend Deletion", and "Skip". Now as per a previous meta discussion, questions like this shouldn't be deleted since they don't meet that criteria. The post itself is an attempt at an answer, but in general, it can be unclear, wrong, too short, or horribly written.
Sure, I can downvote it and maybe leave a comment if I'm able, but that doesn't remove it from my review queue. I refuse to hit "Looks OK" because let's face it, there are posts like this that simply do not look OK. If I knew what the poster was trying to say, I'd consider editing it, but sometimes you know they are "answering" the question but you're just not sure what they're trying to say or you know it's completely wrong. So no hitting "Edit". We already vetoed "Recommend Deletion". So all I have left is "Skip". I can always hit the "Skip" button, let someone else worry about it. But there are times when a post is really bad and you want to do something about it, not just pass it off to someone else.
So I'd like to open up the floor to discussion. What does everyone else do when faced with a truly low-quality post that can't be edited or deleted? And feel free to suggest new features for the low-quality review stack too; those are always fun to consider. Just remember that if you do and people start to think it's a good idea, Shog9 will quickly come here to tell us all exactly why the current low-quality review setup is the smartest and most effective design we could have.
As an addendum after having read a couple of answers to this, everyone go to an answer you know of with zero or less up-votes and hit the flag button. Notice it has the "very low quality" flag option that says "This answer has severe formatting or content problems. This answer is unlikely to be salvageable through editing, and might need to be removed."
Now supposedly, one could flag an answer with that and (if I'm not mistaken) that sends it to the LQ review queue. That's one of the reasons why if I see a post that is technically an answer but I can't see a way of saving it through edits, I hesitate to hit the "Looks OK" option. An answer might fulfill the requirements of using that flag option but then also be marked as "OK" by the queue reviewers. 20 goto 10