TheMadScientist - 8:20 pm on Apr 17, 2010 (gmt 0)
at least I've seen websites with no "obvious" inbound links that still have PR-3 or PR-4 for some of their pages.
Uh, yeah, and how's your C drive's PR8 holding up BTW? Personally, I think it's a 'Whatever, it's TBPR and even though it's faulty and does goofy things it's still a bit better than cpedia, so shrug and move on...' type situation.
PR is passed internally too, so it could be coming from internal links in some manner, but personally, I'd worry way more about traffic and rankings than the TBPR.