Wigward doesn't have long to come out of the closet now.
By Mayo Clinic staff
Progression to AIDS
If you receive no treatment for your HIV infection, the disease typically progresses to AIDS in about 10 years. By the time AIDS develops, your immune system has been severely damaged, making you susceptible to opportunistic infections diseases that wouldn't trouble a person with a healthy immune system. The signs and symptoms of some of these infections may include:
Soaking night sweats
Shaking chills or fever higher than 100 F (38 C) for several weeks
Cough and shortness of breath
Persistent white spots or unusual lesions on your tongue or in your mouth
Persistent, unexplained fatigue
Blurred and distorted vision
Skin rashes or bumps
I can't wait to see the fight over his estate. Beth and the kids hate each other and I wouldn't be surprised if beth has had him change his will a few times to increase her take.
He might literally take it with him and have his coffin lined with stocks and bonds and gold bars.
I just can't see him handing hundreds of millions of dollars to anybody; not Beefus, not the kids, not his sister, not his staff, not charities............................
Really, who's gonna get the cash?!?
And more importantly, how many strings are going to be attached to that cash?
He'll probably demand one minute of graveside mourning for each dollar willed.
He won't just die and freely give his money to the people who are supposed to be his loved ones, to enjoy and enrich their lives. There will be some catch, or catches.
I think Emily's got the best chance of hitting the jackpot. If there's any kind of long, deathbed sickness Howard could very well "find God", and who better than to usher him into the afterlife than God's own retarded Jewish "poet"?
A shaky, dying hand could transfer millions late in the game.
"I heard you're.............really....................sick" - devoted wife Beth Ostrosky, to her husband, H. Allen Stern