His new mixtape, Blue Chips 2, samples very “un-hip-hop-y” artists like Tracy Chapman, Phil Collins, and Elton John.
I asked Greenberg if there had ever been a Dr. Phil show devoted solely to a perpetrator of a crime.
Captain Phil—from the Discovery show Deadliest Catch—was dead.
The writer, Phil Bronstein, who heads up the Center for Investigative Reporting, stands by the story.
In 1951 a young racecar driver named Phil Hill inherited some money after his parents died within a few weeks of one another.
Phil could not seem to hurt them; he merely knocked them away.
Phil manfully works for a year, cancelling his father's debt, and then escapes.
Kirkwood was instantly contrite as he saw tears in Phil's eyes.
Professor Challis points this out very conclusively in the Phil.
"Funny we didn't think of this corn when we were so thirsty," said Phil.