Monday, August 20, 2007

That Would Be a Strange Business

Leona Helmsley, the "Queen of Mean," is dead at 87. She's famous for making millions, for scaring the tuna salad out of her employees, and for being convicted of tax evasion.

According to The New York Times, she was also married to some sort of professional killer:
In 1953, she was married to Joe Lubin, an executive in his parents’ dying and finishing company.
Oh, wait... perhaps that's a dyeing and finishing company. Yes, that would make more sense. It would also be a legal enterprise. Our apologies for the confusion.

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