I saw Phil at his 95th birthday party a few months ago. I didn’t go over right away, I was doing a story for L’oeil and I wanted to get some pictures first. When I finally came closer he saw me and nodded so I squatted down next to his wheelchair and we talked for a few minutes about this and that. When I was getting ready to leave I said “I’ll come by in a few weeks when all the excitement dies down” and he said “I’d like that”.
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