Browsing the blog archives for April, 2015

Partridge Family Tambourine Player Victim of Rock and Roll Lifestyle

Suzanne Crough, best known as a member of the Partridge Family and who revolutionized rock tambourine playing, has died. “Suzanne was a natural” said Shirley Jones, aka, Shirley Partridge. Before she came along, rock tambourine players were relegated to the background. But Suzanne had other ideas.  Her “atomic” tambourine beat became our trademark. C’mon Get […]

What if Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blake Had Been President on December 7th, 1941?

One of the things I like to do here at the Worldwide Headquarters of Manhattan Infidel™ is freebase speculate on what might have happened if history had been different.  And so I take my readers to December 8th, 1941.  America had been attacked the day before by Japan.  President Stephanie Rawlings Blake addresses congress and […]


From the Manhattan Infidel Future Archives: The Department of Thought Celebrates 50 Years!

In 2067 the Department of Thought will celebrate 50 years.  We here at the Worldwide Headquarters of Manhattan Infidel™ would like to use the pages of this humble blog to celebrate some of the more notable highlights of this venerated Federal department. March 30, 2017: The Department of Thought becomes law With overwhelming bipartisan support […]


I’m Back!

On February 20, 2015 the blogger known as Manhattan Infidel announced that he would be taking some time off to “recharge his batteries.”  Obviously by this he meant rehab and/or intensive treatment to cure his venereal disease.  Well, diseases, really. But after eight weeks he is once again ready to pick up the torch and resume […]