Friday Night Jukebox: Full Moon Edition


Jason Kuznicki

Jason Kuznicki is a research fellow at the Cato Institute and contributor of Cato Unbound. He's on twitter as JasonKuznicki. His interests include political theory and history.

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9 Responses

  1. Avatar Glyph says:

    This post is making me Hungry.


  2. Avatar Glyph says:

    Maybe a stretch, but how about:


  3. Avatar Jason Kuznicki says:

    “Wolves, Lower” sounds exactly like every other early R.E.M. song. And I say that as a fan.Report

    • Avatar Glyph in reply to Jason Kuznicki says:

      That video is a little warbly-sounding at the start, but I always loved that song. Great riff. Even the idiosyncratic syntax/punctuation of the title made it all seem so mysterious.

      “House in order”.Report

  4. Avatar Chris says:

    This is surprisingly related to tonight’s Friday Night Videos for MD. Though I guarantee that mine will be creepier.Report

  5. Avatar Maribou says:

    Wolf Like Me is also my favorite lycanthropy song. The most succinct statement of the Romantic appeal of werewolves as I’ve ever heard. (Not sure succinct is a virtue I’d normally associate with Romantics, but there it is.)Report

    • Avatar LeeEsq in reply to Maribou says:

      I thought the romantics were more into vampires than werewolves. Vampires bite you erotically on the neck and have the androgynous, gothy beauty that romantics like. Werewolves rip to shreds and that isn’t exactly sexy or romantic.Report

  6. Avatar Reformed Republican says:

    I am late to the party, but these guys were all about werewolves back in the day.