Now this is weird.
Some time ago a blogger named Patrick Breitenbach wrote a post about Heidi Klum (I guess he said she was hot or something) which resulted in his post page being indexed with Miss Klum's name in the URL. Lord knows he's not the only one who's ever written about a celebrity in a blog.
The weird thing is that he says he got a cease and desist letter from her Dad. Apparently the name "Heidi Klum" is copyrighted and Herr Klum (and his team of lawyers) is zealously protecting it, even to the point of going after any and all URLs with "Heidi Klum" in the title.
Well, to make a long story short, I am conducting the same experiment to see if I can reproduce the results, not to mention the nasty letter. Hey, if Daddy L can take over the Eddie Munster (actually, the "Eddy Munster") search results... actually, Eddie Munster would be easier to get a ranking for. Eddie Munster is just not as attractive as Heidi Klum.
He's cute, sure, but just not in the same league. Don't call Heidi Klum hot, though, unless you want a German lawyer and an overprotective father on your back.