Ancient NBA History

Apparently, the Minnesota Timberwolves peaked 75 million years ago. I guess that’s why they’re in 12th place in the NBA Western Conference.



The Honey-nut Cherrios Bee went missing last month. Here’s the real reason why:

The iconic honeybee mascot of Honey-nut Cheerios disappeared from the box labels of the General Mills cereal early in March, as part of a campaign to raise awareness of the sudden disappearance of honey bees all over the world. Unfortunately, recent events have unveiled a serious cover-up.

This past Thursday, a preseason game between the San Diego Padres and the Colorado Rockies at Peoria Sports Complex in Arizona was invaded by a swarm of bees, possibly led by the missing mascot. Sources who may have been at the complex at the time of the invasion, may have told us they heard barely audible voices saying things such as “Breakfast of Chumpions” and “Be happy, be healthy m—-r f—-rs”. Local authorities have surmised that this may be retaliation for the decades-long “Wheaties campaign”, where the cereal has been touted as the “Breakfast of Champions” and has featured the images and autographs of countless star athletes. The simultaneous disappearance of the mascot and the swarms of honey bees, may also be linked to the swarm that was responsible for the attack Thursday.

So far, no suspects are in custody. Ice-cold milk has claimed responsibility for the deliciousness of both cereals. We reached out to General Mills for comment, who had this to say:


“What in the hell are you talking about?”


My Three Cents will continue to provide details as they become available at local grocery stores.


Well, we saw it coming.

Dearest sports-loving friends,

It has taken me some time to decide how to say this, but I just decided to post it bluntly. My Three Cents, and its podcast, the M3Cast, have not turned into what I wanted them to be. In the grand scheme of things, what we have here is a minimal success resulting from maximum effort on my part, and on the part of everyone who has been involved since the inception of “My Three Cents”. I am about to graduate from a 2-year college, and make the transition to a 4-year college. This will consume a great portion of my time and energy, if I wish to earn a degree in broadcast journalism. Therefore, with more thanks than I can ever give to those who were a part of this adventure, I deeply regret to inform you that the My Three Cents franchise will be shut down this weekend. I believe this decision is for the best, and I hope that you will keep a look out for me in the future, because I am determined to land somewhere big.



By the way, happy April Fools Day.