No, but that woman is shown as being pretty far gone.
A good friend of mine has Alzheimer's. It was barely and only occasionally noticeable 10 years ago. She then kind of plateaued for quite awhile. Then in late 2021 or early 2022, she began a rapid decline. Couldn't drive anymore. Had all kinds of weird lapses. Said weird things. Eventually, couldn't really carry on a conversation.
Needless to say, it's been very hard on her husband, who's fine. They'd been planning to move to Ohio to be near their daughter and her husband in a year or so. They were going to add an addition to Heather's house there. But Peggy got so bad that Charles became afraid to leave her alone. Heather came up with a memory care residence near her, and they literally packed up and left in a matter of days.
So now Charles is spending his days with a bunch of people who have Alzheimer's. I don't know if I'd call this a good solution. The trouble is, there's no good solution.
Don't panic! The Colbert show has only been cancelled for a week:
Maybe Linda is a TIME TRAVELER!! She then jumped forward to 2009!!
That, I believe, is the actual Lucky Linda mine; the one STAL signed the MOU to purchase. Note that it, along with MUCH more stuff, was worth a whopping $3.8 million in UC Hub restricted stock. WHADDA deal!!
And don't forget that Wilcox and Mellone were scammers who were later litigated by the SEC. Wilcox played Officer Jon Baker on the '70s TV show "ChiPs".
Yet more fun:
Mellone has an extensive criminal history including violent crimes...
Seems Lucky Linda is a common name for mines. This is what turns up is I use the claim number given here:
But I can't spend much more time right now: have other stuff to do.