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Michael Martinez is a Search Engine Optimization theorist, Tolkien researcher, and Web marketer.
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I am a writer and search optimization theorist. My published works cover topics such as Business Basic programming, Hercules and Xena, and the works of J.R.R. Tolkien.

On the Web I have been active in science fiction and fantasy fandom as well as search engine optimization and online marketing.
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Published 2 books and 2 ebooks.
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The incessant complaining and agonizing over Google’s long delay in updating their Penguin algorithm is a constant embarrassment to the search engine optimization industry. It is also a comp…
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How many times do you have to be told to jump off a cliff before you realize you are taking bad advice from someone?  This is a question I keep asking myself as I read article after article about how the Google Penguin algorithm is destroying businesses,…
How many times do you have to be told to jump off a cliff before you realize you are taking bad advice from someone? This is a question I keep asking myself as I read article after article about …
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Did the Orcs Use Magic to Heal Merry’s Wound? ANSWER: Technically, both Merry and Pippin were treated by the Orcs for their wounds. Here is the passage in question, from The Two Towers: A shadow bent over Pippin. It was Uglúk. ‘Sit up!’ said the Orc. ‘My…
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Every election season the issue of job creation comes up. Politicians promise to create more jobs but across the years it feels like the best-paying jobs are being exported to other nations or, w…
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Q: Did Legolas Sail from the Grey Havens? ANSWER: In The Lord of the Rings J.R.R. Tolkien writes that after Aragorn died Legolas built a ship and sailed over Sea, purportedly taking Gimli with him. Where did he build his ship and from whence did he sail?…

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We don’t offer Penguin recovery services. We view such work as completely avoidable and unnecessary. There are some good-hearted, wonderful people selling Penguin recovery services, strategie…
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The legendary prize money for solving Fermat’s Last Theorem has already been handed over to Andrew Wiles, who used esoteric mathematics that had not been developed in Pierre de Fermat’s time to prove that the old French man really was on to something when…
The legendary prize money for solving Fermat’s Last Theorem has already been handed over to Andrew Wiles, who used esoteric mathematics that had not been developed in Pierre de Fermat’s…
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Q: Did the Rings of Power Instill the Dwarves with a Lust for Gold and Jewels? ANSWER: This was part of a much longer request that I received in late 2014. I apologize for taking so long to address this. I tend to jump around the list of pending questions…
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Q: How did the Éothéod differ from the Rohirrim? ANSWER: The full question a reader asked was: “Who where the Éothéods and how different they were from the Rohirrim?” The short, technical, boring form of the answer is that they were the exact same people…
Q: How did the Éothéod differ from the Rohirrim? ANSWER: The full question a reader asked was: “Who where the Éothéods and how different they were from the Rohirrim?” The short, tec…
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Speaking of the Beornings, I have added a few links to the bottom of the new article.  One of them is this:  http://middle-earth.xenite.org/2012/11/06/what-were-the-beornings-like/
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I have been here several times over the years. Rarely have I had to wait long, usually only when a lot of people were sick with flu and colds. The front desk staff behave professionally but do not engage in chit chat with the patients. The quality of care may vary by doctor and workload. You CAN request to see a specific doctor but you should call ahead to see when the one you want is available (by day) as the doctors may alternate between offices. The best times to go are during "off" hours. Most people see the doctor early in the morning, around lunch time, or late in the afternoon. They will email your prescriptions to your pharmacy. Only had a mixup once and they straightened that out as soon as I brought it to their attention. They can do some diagnostic testing on-site and usually get other test results back within 24 hours. I am pretty sure a lot of local people use this facility as their regular doctor's office.
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Very good dining experience. The food was well-made and lacked that bland Americanized quality so much "Asian" food has at mass appeal restaurants. They make the food the way they learned how in China. As Chinese buffets go, this was probably the best I have ever eaten at. I'll go back again.
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