Vol. V No. 15 Greensboro, North Carolina www.rhinotimes.com Thursday, April 13, 2017

Trying Once Again To Fix Kiddie Train

Scott D. Yost

Animal Shelter Cruelty Case Takes Racial Turn

plus Under The Hammer, Uncle Orson Reviews Everything AND MORE

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  • Commissioners Think They Can, Think They Can Fix The Train
Scott D. Yost

The children of Guilford County can celebrate because the Guilford County Board of Commissioners has saved the problem-plagued kiddie train at Northeast Park.  
  • Two Years In Making, Animal Shelter Cruelty Case Takes Racial Turn
Scott D. Yost

The wheels of justice are slow but they do turn: A year and a half after felony animal cruelty charges were brought against former Guilford County Animal Shelter Director Marsha Williams, the case is finally ready to move forward.  
  • To Tax or Not To Tax: Councilmember Outling Raises the Question on Bonds
John Hammer

District 3 City Councilmember Justin Outling is attempting to provide some leadership on the City Council.
  • 'Inconvenient' Truth of Nussbaum Center $75K Loan Forgiveness
Scott D. Yost

Guilford County Commissioner Kay Cashion was in rare form when she pointed out, at a public meeting, the irony of the request from the Nussbaum Center for Entrepreneurship - a business incubator designed to teach budding companies good business practices.  
Ask Carolyn
  • Ask Carolyn...
Carolyn Woodruff

Ask Carolyn...
Letters To The Editor
  • Letters to the Editor

The Right to do right
News of the Weird
  • A Match Made in Prison

The Passing Parade
Rhino Shorts
  • Rhino Shorts
John Hammer

The Rhino Times will hold its April Showers Schmoozefest on Thursday, April 27 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Blue Agave Mexican Bar & Grill at 3900 Battleground Ave.  Those who sign in and wear a name tag are welcome to enjoy free hors d'oeuvres and beer and wine (while supplies last). 
The Sound Of The Beep
  • The Sound of the Beep

What follows has been transcribed from the answering machine on our comment line. We edit out what is required by the laws of the state, of good taste and of good sense. The limit on phone calls is one minute and each caller may make up to two calls per week. If you have something to say, call our comment line at 763-0479 and start talking at The Sound of the Beep.
Uncle Orson Reviews Everything
  • Caller ID, Syria, Life Story, Easter
Orson Scott Card

The goldfinches are blooming in our yard again.
Under The Hammer
  • Under the Hammer
John Hammer

President Donald John Trump tweeted that his campaign was "wiretapped" by President Barack Obama's administration.  The mainstream media, the Democrats and even a bunch of Republicans said Trump was paranoid and wrong.
Weekly Hammer
  • Stop Saying Yes to Pie in the Sky
John Hammer

Greensboro behaves like a hare when in reality we should act like a tortoise.  It seems the city leaps from one fake pie in the sky idea to the next while other cities in North Carolina keep plugging along and catching up.  
Yost Column
  • There Are No Egg Slicers In Hell
Scott D. Yost

The iPhone 6 uses an Apple-designed 64 bit Cortex A8 ARM architecture composed of approximately 1.6 billion transistors.  It operates at 1.4 GHZ and can process instructions at a rate of approximately 1.2 instructions every cycle in each of its 2 cores.  That's 3.36 billion instructions per second.  Put simply, the iPhone 6's clock is 32,600 times faster than the best Apollo era computers and could perform instructions 120,000,000 times faster.  You wouldn't be wrong in saying an iPhone could be used to guide 120,000,000 Apollo era spacecraft to the moon, all at the same time.