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Summer Mix 2021 Nominations

Well, friends, it's about that time again. Toss your nominations below.

1. The theme is "Summer". You're free to interpret that as you'd like.
2. Put your nominations in a Spoiler box.
3. You may nominate up to 3 songs. Any further nominations will be ignored.
4. Unless we get an insane amount of nominations for some reason, everyone's first choice is automatically in. The rest of the mix will be filled out with the other nominations.

WGOM Summer Mix 2015
WGOM Summer Mix 2016
WGOM Summer Mix 2017
WGOM Summer Mix 2018
WGOM Summer Mix 2019
WGOM Summer Mix 2020

The World’s Greatest Online Magazine Presents The Half-Baked Podcast: 08. Abject Despair

Hey, gang. There's not much fun Twins talk, so Daneeka's Ghost came back to discuss the Wild before they go into the playoffs. We all know how this will end, but we wanted to keep things as bright and shiny as possible.

We unfortunately did not have the constitution to keep up the rosiness when we did actually get to the Twins, but it needed to be discussed anyway. So we did, and that was... yeah.

Music is always good though, and here are the video's we discussed:
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The World’s Greatest Online Magazine Presents The Half-Baked Podcast: 07. The World’s Greatest Wild Whangdoodle

Hey, friends! Welcome back. Happy to have you.

We have a special guest this time: Daneeka's Ghost!

Topics include:

  • Is an SOS a sandwich?
  • The Wild are fun!
  • Yes, but...
  • A quick look at new additions to the Twins, including a superstar SS.
  • Checking out the 2021 depth chart.
  • A music heavy episode! Even if we didn't remember which songs! Your featured videos:

Oceanator - Baby Won't You

Julien Baker - Favor

Semler - Star Shopping

The Chick Corea Elektric Band - Got A Match?

Bunny Wailer - Rise and Shine

The World’s Greatest Online Magazine Half-Baked Podcast: 06. The World’s Greatest Online Marwin Podcast

We're back! We recorded this Tuesday night, and thankfully and unsurprisingly, there wasn't much breaking news this week to date it.

Topics include:

  • Happ-y: A welcoming of Jdot Adot to the team
  • Who's going to win the AL Central, and our predictions for the rest of the MLB, why not?
  • More warm welcomes to Andrelton Simmons
  • What to do with Jorge Polanco? Arraez? Astudillo!?
  • Hungry Joe "was gonna say"
  • We can haz Boomstick? And if not, what to do with the DH?
  • Filling out the roster
  • A three-way tie for featured video, Robert Fripp & Toyah Willcox's cover of Julien Baker's cover of "Fell On Black Days":

The World’s Greatest Online Magazine Podcast The Half-Baked Podcast: 05. At Year’s End

Hey, gang. In an effort to contain all of the bad stuff inside of 2020, we rushed to get this out in time. Some topics include:

  • A sacred ceremony to rename this as the "Half-Baked Podcast" from whoever it was that suggested it (it was Beau; NBB found our current round of sponsors).
  • A look at some of the recent moves in the MLB.
  • The Twins blockbuster signing of Hansel Robles.
  • What to do with Jorge Polanco.
  • Other moves and free agents we'd like to see like the see the Twins go after up the middle and in the rotation.
  • A quick round of congrats to the "Final Fantasy" winners.


The World’s Greatest Online Magazine Podcast: 04. One Two Three…

We did the thing again. This was recorded on Monday night. Topics include:

  • Is a chili bread bowl a sandwich (featuring hungry joe misusing the word "posit")?
  • A rundown of this years Hall of Fame ballot.
  • A random movie review to fill a little time (SPOILERS)
  • A look at the Twins 40-man roster before the deadline to protect players from the Rule 5 draft (not featuring the part of our discussion where we fumbled around trying to figure out the lower rounds of the Rule 5 draft).
  • The St. Paul Saint Wings.
  • The gang highlights recent videos.

Here is the Seth Stohs article we discussed.


This [time period]'s featured videos:
(feel free to add some stars)

The War on Drugs - Under the Pressure

Harakiri for the Sky - Heroin Waltz / Funeral Dreams

The Rance Allen Group - Lying On The Truth


03. The Wuuuuuhhhh-GOMP!

Hey, gang, we made another podcast. We're sorry.

Topics include the 2020 postseason, a little brief Twins news, the KBO playoffs, some "new" faces in the AL Central, highlights on recent videos, a thorough trashing of PBJs (DK abstained), and an exhaustive breakdown of the Vikings and Gophers football programs.

The Duck Duck Gray Ducks On The Pondcast

Okay, so, here's another one we did. Kind of. You see, someone screwed everything up and completely lost the second half of what recorded. Lost topics include more season wrap-up as well as a look towards next year. We'll pick that up again next time after I quintuple check how to make sure I whoever doesn't screw everything up next time.

Also, I'll need to figure out how to embed in the page. Here's the link for now.

(eschapp: there is an add media button on the edit post page)

World’s Greatest Online… Podcasf?

We're going to have a to think of a better name...

Anyway, so DK, Nibbish, and myself made this thing. I assure you, it's appropriately half-baked. We recorded on Monday but I'm just getting it out now for several reasons which include trying to figure out how to make a podcast.

I'm going to attempt to get this on the usual podcast platforms, but I wanted to get this out here as such an amazing discussion with scorching hot takes needs to get out to the masses as soon as possible.

The videos DK and I discuss are Tree In Orange:

And Styx's Renegade:

And we had a special guest pop in and discuss STAMPED: Racism, Antiracism, and You by Ibram X. Kendi and Jason Reynolds.

Summer Mix 2020

Okay, we might as well officially release this to the unwashed masses. Also, let's put this up to push Tommy off the front page for Rhu_Ru's sake.

Anyway, here are some things I said at the pre-release (which I've edited):

Some quick notes:

    • We had a lot of submitters, and a lot of you chose longer songs. After that, there were a lot of other songs that should be on there, so the mix ran a little long.
    • As such, for several reasons it just made more sense to split it into two parts. Each has a theme of sorts.
    • Downloadable files are available (first link). I know at least in iTunes, if you use the "Song Info" option on each track, go to sorting, and select "Remember playback position", it makes it more manageable to skip around the longer tracks.

Have at it. 2020 is a weird year, and this is appropriately a weird mix. I like it though.

Sadly, I haven't gotten around to breaking it into songs as promised. HOWEVER, to ease consumption a bit, I had the idea to release it as a podcast. This way you can walk around with it but don't need to worry about getting it into your library (though that's still an option).

I'm going to try to get this on more platforms but here is where the Summer Mix is available for now:

FILEZ (seemless play)

PODCAST (seemless play)
Apple Podcasts
Google Play

Deezer: Part I / Part II (h/t yickit)
Spotify (coming soon)




Part I

John PrineCaravan Of Fools
Angles 9Equality And Death (Mothers, Fathers, Where Are Ye?)
Bonnie Prince BillyAt The Back Of The Pit
Charles BradleyThe World (Is Going Up In Flames)
U.S. Girls4 American Dollars
BeyoncéFreedom (Feat. Kendrick Lamar)
The CoupThis Year
Chicano BatmanThis Land Is Your Land
Gary Clark Jr.Come Together
Brinsley Schwarz(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love, And Understanding
New Found Glory Call Me Anti-Social
Jamie XxIdontknow
The Mountain GoatsThis Year

Part II

Bill WithersLovely Day
Electric SkychurchEndless Horizon (I Love Bob Mix)
Phoebe BridgersKyoto
Princess Nokia Soul Food Y Adobo
Bloc PartyRatchet
ShaggyIn The Summertime (Feat. Rayvon)
Dwight YoakamSorry You Asked?
Kurt VilePretty Pimpin
Seals And CroftsSummer Breeze
OdettaGive A Damn
Guided By VoicesHold On Hope
The KinksSummer'S Gone
Duke Ellington And Coleman HawkinsMood Indigo
Neko CaseCalling Cards
Sam Cooke A Change Is Gonna Come
Public EnemyBlack Steel In The Hour Of Chaos

Thanks everyone. I wasn't sure what to do with this mass of songs when it arrived, but I think it turned out rather well. Hope you enjoy!