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08/21/2007

Who's speaking real about the dead

by Jeremy Hooper

 Good As You Images DunnWas Leona Helmsley (seen here as portrayed by Nora Dunn) really the gay foe that she's been made out to be? Well, as Gawker points out, that very much depends on which New York-based columnist you ask:

Leona Helmsley Didn't Hate All The Gays, Just The Homosexual Ones [Gawker]

Well, we can't know for sure who is correctly representing the late Leona. However, we can add fuel to the fire with our own exclusive revelation: Whenever we visit NYC's famed Helmsley building, it refuses to allow our gay-oriented selves to go in through the back door!

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