Tim Lincecum AIDS PSA Basically Says ‘Let’s Not Cure AIDS’

The copy reads, “Until there’s a cure, Tim Lincecum throws strikes.”

So, if somebody cures AIDS tomorrow, no more strikes? Seems like a powerful disincentive.

How about, “Until there’s a cure, Tim Lincecum sits on the bench”? That might get it done, right?


4 thoughts on “Tim Lincecum AIDS PSA Basically Says ‘Let’s Not Cure AIDS’”

  1. great observation here, Allan. I was looking at the poster the other day and was confused by its meaning. You nailed it.

  2. there is a flaw in your logic: just because “Until there’s a cure, Tim Lincecum throws strikes” it does not necessarily follow that when there is a cure, the strikes cease.

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