Sunday, September 10, 2017

Not one word from Scott Yost and Roy Carroll's Rhino Times concerning Roy's pitch for a hotel overlooking High Point's proposed ballpark

"Guilford and High Point Take Swings At One Another Over Funding Baseball Stadium
City Council Give Away; June 16, 2015; $188,280.87 of water and sewer for Roy Carroll hidden in item 9 of the consent agenda for Greensboro's City Council meeting

Roy Carroll's Rhino Times questionable circulation subsidized by Greensboro's taxpayers

Is Roy Carroll an egomaniac, a narcissist or a Megalomaniac?

John Hammer is financially illiterate

John "Roy Carroll" Hammer isn't actually covering Jim Melvin and David Powell's Megasite project?

If Greensboro's Taxpayers paid for one of 7.625 Roy Carroll's Rhino Times pages of Advertisements last week...

Roy Carroll's Rhino Times questionable circulation subsidized by Greensboro's taxpayers

John Hammer is a lobbyist and propagandist
for what looks like a fellow with narcissistic and fascistic tendencies.

Rhino Times; N.C. Gen. Stat § 75-1.1: Unfair & Deceptive Trade Practices Under North Carolina Law

Roy Carroll's billboard next to his Bee Safe storage business
used to says the Rhino Times has over 70,000 readers for each issue.

After some rough math
which both Roy Carroll and John Hammer declined comment on,
I found it likely the Rhino has been misleading Greensboro's taxpayers,
as Matt Brown runs a weekly Coliseum ad.

If City taxpayers are paying for Rhino ads
under the impression they reach 70,000 readers weekly
 and it's not true,
taxpayers and the Rhino's advertisers are overpaying via false advertising.

Inflating circulation is a form of theft,
as advertising rates are based largely on circulation.

The City of Greensboro
and anyone else doing business with Roy Carroll
should immediately suspend any advertising,
payments or barter agreements with the Rhino
until this issue is cleared up.