Vox Populi: The O'Shaughnessy Files

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F.O.B. (FRIENDS OF BILL)

I’m also grateful to those generous individuals who have indulged
my passions and enthusiasms during my professional life of some 50
years. All my writings, broadcasts, editorials, pronouncements, and
speeches—indeed, my whole life—have been instructed and
enhanced by their kindness and, in many cases, by their love.

Each has weighed my faults and shortcomings less diligently than
they have assessed what they find commendable in my stewardship.
And so I’m immensely grateful to them … collectively and individu-
ally. It’s not so hard making your way in life with these dear souls
cheering for you.

Bob Abplanalp; Michael Ackerman; Cindy Adams; Jazzy Adams Jr.; Juicy Adams; Roger Ailes; J. Lester Albertson; Harry Albright Jr.; Col Allan; Snoopy Allgood; JR Allen; Mel Allen; David Allyn; Warren Alpert; Gregorio Alvarez; Miosotis Nuñez Alvarez; Lynne Ames; Phil Amicone; Louise and Captain Joseph Anastasi; Kelly and Ernie Anastos; Robin Andersen; Kristine Anderson; Walter Anderson; Senator Warren Anderson; Dean Andrews; Judge Dan Angiolillo; Joe Angiolillo; David Annakie; Joe Apicella; Peter Applebome; Bob Armao; Louis Armstrong; Judy and Mickey Arons; Brooke Astor; Monsignor Terry Attridge; Ken Auletta; Al Ayers; Nadar Aziz; Paul Aziz; Peter Aziz; Jon Ballin; Whitney Balliett; Petey “Bananas”; Frank Bandy; Steve Barkaszi; Ed Barlow; Tim Barrett; James Barron; Mary and Bruce Barron; Jean and Ralph Baruch; Maureen Bateman; Frank Becerra; P. J. Bednarski; Charles “Bill” Bell; Rocco Bellantoni Jr.; Gerald Benjamin; Danny Bennett; Richard Rodney Bennett; Tony Bennett; Kara Benorth; Max Berking; Hilda and Bill Berkowitz; Randy Berlage; Fran Berman; Richard Berman; Ronnie and Henry Berman; Andrea Bernacchia; Robin and George Bernacchia; Karen and Jeffrey Bernbach; Jerry Berns; Steve Bernstein; James Berry; Dominique Bertolone; John Bertsch; Terry Betteridge; Phil Beuth; Mario Biaggi; Ken Bialo; Ron Bianchi; Stanley Bing; Richard Biondi; Ira Birnbaum; Paolo Biscioni; Joseph Biscoglio;

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