enigma1 - 1:04 pm on Dec 5, 2011 (gmt 0)
It has an exact match domain (appended with '2011' - an effect of the greater freshness being targeted?). This is the worst example I've seen in recent weeks, but by no means the only one.
It's not the only one there are lots of examples but a search engine algorithm will try to match the domain name with the domain content and expect this to rank very high. What you pay is what you get, it was always beyond me, why renting domains is so undervalued. It's becoming a buck for a dozen. I don't see why Google is the right authority to rectify this though.
See also my comments in this thread.
Maybe they wait for IPV6 to revalue domains, it needs to happen at some point.