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Talib Booked And Bailed

March 30, 2011 at 02:04pm by Scott   •  4 Comments »

This is the last Talib photo I post for now. Any more Talib stories will have cheerleaders as the banner. I'm getting tired of looking at his fucking thug mug.
It happened earlier than expected, but Aqib Talib surrendered himself to police in Texas today, spent a couple hours getting fingerprinted and posing for mugshots, and then was released on $25,000 bond. He’s probably not in a good mood after all that, so my recommendation is for everyone to just clear out the city of Garland and stay with relatives somewhere else for a few days. And if you happen to run into Talib, for the love of God don’t look him in the eye. Slowly back away with your head down, pissing yourself in the process as a sign of submission. If he charges you anyway, play dead.

4 Comments to “Talib Booked And Bailed”


KingBuc34 (March 30, 2011 at 03:27pm:



manbearpig (March 30, 2011 at 03:37pm:

^ agreed.

Mark S

Mark S (March 30, 2011 at 03:55pm:

The only chance Talib has of staying out of jail, is being traded to the Cowboys. Only Jerry Jones can save him now.

Slow Joe

Slow Joe (March 30, 2011 at 11:26pm:

I just can’t get over this story. He fired shots at a fleeing man. In his mind, he was attempting to shoot a man. What in the fuck?

This is worse than what Plaxico Burress did. He just brought a gun where he wasn’t supposed to and accidentally shot his own damn self. This is worse than Donte Stallworth did. Even though the outcome in Stallworth’s case was worse, there was no intent to harm, just irresponsibility.

I honestly think in moment’s of calm, Talib can probably figure out right from wrong. But in any moment of anger, which comes way too easily for him, he just snaps and, well, just stops thinking. He wants to hurt.

I think the ONLY way the Bucs can even conceive of keeping him would be if they gave him the decree the Patriots gave Randy Moss back in 2007 when they traded for him. Belichick said “one mistake and you’re gone”. And that shithead Moss never so much as uttered a peep until last year.

Of course, in Talib’s case, it would be “one MORE mistake and your gone”. But that’s what they would have to do if they kept him. AND, they’d have to make it public, just like the Pats did.

But that is probably not going to happen. I predict Talib will miss the 2011 season through a combination of jail time and suspension, and will be a former Buc at the very first opportunity the front office has.

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