Browsing the blog archives for December, 2010

My Exclusive Interview with Pete Best

The Beatles.  The most successful recording act of all time.  Everyone knows them.  John, Paul, George and Ringo.  But perhaps what some don’t know is that they had a drummer before Ringo – Pete Best.  From 1960 to 1962 Pete was the Beatles drummer during their formative years only to be fired on the cusp […]

Long Island, Los Angeles Vie for Title of Serial Killer Capital of United States

Long Island, New York and Los Angeles California are separated by 3000 miles.   But they share one thing in common.  Both are home to numerous prolific serial killers.  Both would like to be known as the “Serial Killer Capital of the United States.”  But only one can get that coveted title, the recognition and the […]

Nation of Emotional Cripples Bans Bullying

Stunned by recent incidents of schoolyard bullying, and heeding the cry of Hollywood to do something, the House passed a resolution calling for an end to “all bullying and unnice behavior” in the entire United States “unless said bullying is directed at a monster such as Sarah Palin.” The House resolution was introduced by Anthony […]

My Exclusive Interview With a Vampire

As most people are aware, vampires are all the rage at the moment.  From TV series like the Vampire Diaries to the Twilight movie franchise vampires have transformed themselves in the public eye from the evil, dark bloodsuckers of yore to the modern, sensitive dream date for women.  But is this just Hollywood fantasy?  What […]

Have a Sheryl Crow Christmas!

With the holiday season upon us, let us set our sites on Hollywood, where environmental activists are celebrating the season without sacrificing their principles. Representative of Hollywood’s courage is the “One Ply Two Butt Cheeks: The Sheryl Crow Holiday Special.”   Surrounded by fans selected for their environmental awareness Miss Crow sang some of her greatest […]

Corrections and Amplifications

Here at the World Wide Headquarters of Manhattan Infidel we are proud, justifiably so, of our excellent track record in bringing facts, and only the facts, to our readers.  However, due to budget constraints and an otherwise bad economy we have had to let our fact checker go.  (It was either the fact checker or […]

300: The Director's Cut

Recently I bought the director’s cut DVD of the popular movie “300.”  And I must say that the differences between the director’s cut and the original release enabled me to have a new interpretation of that movie, an interpretation I feel modern man can relate to.  I shall now highlight a few instances from the […]

Rebuffed by Cliff Lee, Yankees Look Elsewhere for Starting Pitching

Yankee General Manager Brian Cashman waited by the phone, 100 million dollars burning a hole in his pocket.  But when the call did come it was not the news he wanted to hear.  Cliff Lee, top prize of the off season free agent sweepstakes had decided to sign with the Philadelphia Phillies. “Naturally I was […]


The Manhattan Infidel's Guide to Surving the Holiday Office Party

It is that time of year again.  Wrapping presents.  Egg nog.  Setting up lights outside your house.  And, of course, the Holiday office party. Times have changed since the freewheeling days of the 1990s.  Why yours truly remembers one office party where I brought my secretary into my office, closed the door and told her […]

No Labels Party Builds Momentum

The surprising phenomena known as the “No Labels” party is in the process of sweeping the nation.  In almost all of the 57 states of the Union citizens from every stripe of the liberal wing of the Democratic party have banded together to say “No more!” to partisan bickering from Republicans and their allies in […]