Phil, the local pharmacist, is the proud owner of a successful small business that has been in operation for forty years. He didn’t get where he is today without a very sharp sense of commerce. His memory can reach back to the good old days when he would turn a good living by mixing up squill of oxymel, until no-one could remember what it was used for (and then for about a year after that.) On the down side, he has stuck with his well-worn professional sales pitch for so long that he could be accused of being behind the times. But then, no one accuses a gorilla of anything.

Phil loves fishing and playing jazz saxophone, but otherwise, his private life is his own. Any argument?