Posts Tagged ‘ Bob Iozzia ’

I And Loretta Take A Trip: Time Traveling With The Rensaliers Of Renselaer County

March 21, 2011

I don’t understand how any of this time travel stuff works. I just like to do it so that history (which I like) doesn’t get screwed up. But I mostly do it so that I can take my wife Loretta (who I love) somewhere interesting now and then other than the Odd Fellows Hall...
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The Police Inspector Leonard Frankenstein Trilogy: Crimes Solved In 500 Words Or Less

February 11, 2011

The 'You Light Up My Life' ringtone of his cell phone dragged him back to reality. “I’ve got to take this call…it’s Mommy,” he said to all at the crime scene. He ambled away from the crowd so that he could better hear his mother, a spry psychic who always called with the perpetrator’s...
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When I Become A Greek Orthodox Jew

January 4, 2011

The celebrities will be disoriented and angry because they will have been shanghaied by my Greek Orthodox Jew crew. I will have commanded that my posse decorate my party with famous people so that a memorable panache will slap the face of each guest as he or she enters the ballroom. “Wow,”...
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He & She

October 21, 2010

Fiction by Bob Iozzia

They will have three children: Jacques, Pamela and Phoebe. Phoebe will eventually insist on being called Terry. Pamela will then call herself Phoebe, since that coveted name will be available. This will screw-up her Social Security benefits and credit rating for the rest of her life. She...
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Editor’s Ramblings

New Look, Same Magazine

In the immortal words of the Brady kids:

When it's time to change, then it’s time to change
Don't fight the tide, come along for the ride, don't you see
When it's time to change, you've got to rearrange
Who you are into what you're gonna be

With the help of writer and webmaster Ian Shane, we have given ourselves a makeover. It was surprisingly easy and relatively painless. On the inside, we are still the same magazine. On the outside, we are slightly more fabulous.

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