superclown2 - 11:28 pm on Nov 5, 2012 (gmt 0)
superclown2 - If you'd seen everything, you wouldn't have bothered to post this. It's very common for throwaway domains to have short-lived rankings on junk sites of the type you're describing.
In an extremely narrow niche sector, which is almost completely stable from one month to the next, this is one of four very spammy new arrivals I noticed today (albeit the most blatant) and it's a long time since I last saw this type of junk in the categories that I'm interested in. They all seem to be owned by different people and they all arrived between yesterday evening and this morning. That suggests to me the possibility of an algo change and a faulty one at that.