Litza found another good priced winner for Oaks Day to prove that a fevered mind is as good as a form guide during the Spring Carnival. Gear changes for Emirates Day include Dolly Vardon winkers on our filly.
Pop! Goes the Punt: Emirates Stakes Day – Islands in the Stream (or, mapping the downfalls of Janine Turner and Beven Addinsall)
Litza is not giving Cup disappointments a Side Glance. Its onwards and upwards (in flying cars) to Thursday’s Oaks. Losing feels better with a bit of Cash in the pocket.
Pop! Goes the Punt: Cup Day – I don’t think you ready for this jelly, I don’t think you ready for this jelly
Litza is all ready for the big day, with his latest inspirations including belated Beyoncé, Caddyshack, and the big question – is Captain Carlton the worst mascot of all time?
It’s time to send the children out of the room. Litza offers his Derby Day selections. You know you only read it for the post-modernist analysis, not the pictures. Last time I checked he was doing a better job than Crio’s Crew at keeping you out of the poor house.
Litza shares his top-three all-time hardest losses to take in sport. Sure, one is fictional, but no less devastating. What light can it shed on race 2 on Saturday?
Pop! Goes the Punt: Caulfield Cup Day, Cranbourne and the Vic Derby – Reality Bites, the Generation X Guide to Tipping (aka ‘meh’, no collects last week)
There’s gold in Litza’s weekly racing thread. Perhaps not the financial kind like Crio’s 15/1 winner. Litza has pictures of Michelle Pfeiffer in that dress. Desperates of all kinds should read on.
Pop! Goes the Punt: Managatang Cup Day (aka Caulfield Guineas Day) – On a Winner with Sandra Bullock’s Yoga Shorts or Losing Your Shirt Entirely
Litza’s tips for Caulfield, brought to you by girls who don’t wear very much. (Warning: contains nudity. And Miley Cyrus.)
Pop culture goes to the races: Litza brings you the Breaking Bad guide to the weekend at Royal Randwick and Flemington.
A considered review of Carlton’s recent list management by Litza.
AFL Finals Week 1 – Richmond v Carlton: The People’s (Reverse) Elbow – A message for the AFL Finals Series, written and authorised by C. Judd, Carlton
BA BA DA BA DA!! sings an unhinged Litza.
The People’s Elbow: [REDACTED] (doubling as a report on Carlton’s brave [REDACTED] loss to noble Essendon)
Litza redacts. Fill in the blanks.
Litza on drugs.
Matball was a game that deserved a bigger stage, but lamentably never found it. Litza, one of its founding fathers, reveals all.
Of all Ashton Agar’s achievements on Thursday night, one that has gone largely unreported is Agar’s ascendency into the pop-culture zeitgeist.
When Jarrad Waite was subbed out early in the first quarter, was he taken to live with a nice family on a big farm? After his premature departure from the ground, Litza has quite a few questions for Mick Malthouse.
Essendon, Don Draper and the Divine Comedy: The truth will set you free (or suspend you for at least six months)
Jobe Watson and Don Draper – Craig Little examines two very different men with a similar need to unburden. It’s not ending well for either.
Litza takes the elbow to Channel 9′s interference in selection policy.
In Sharkdom Gloriae est.: Stories from the Sacristy of the Sharks; or ‘my sincere apologies for the death of that cow’
The list of folk legends at the Deakin Uni Sharks is as lengthy as it is renowned. Yet few of their deeds have anything to do with football prowess. Saturday’s fund-raising clash (and Litza’s report) is a classic case in point.
AFL Round 11 – Essendon v Carlton: Game of Throwns “The Rains of Carlisle” (The Black and Red Wedding)
Like the death of Robb Stark in season three of Game of Thrones, Carlton’s demise in Round 11 was one I unfortunately knew was coming as I had read the book – that book being a predictable Robert Walls article in the morning’s Fairfax papers.
The Big Red featuring the Deakin Uni Sharks v Russell’s Creek Legends Match is on this Sunday, June 9 at ‘The Pond’ down Warrnambool way with all proceeds to go to ‘Peter’s Project’. Litza (who is pulling on the boots for the Sharks) conveys the significance of the event.