He got a picture with Bernie Sanders.
Steve (on the right) and an audio guy had just shot an interview with Sanders by Rachel Maddow.
So the old shooter got a selfie out of it.
The two Phoenix guys look happy.
Sanders looks, typically, befuddled and as if the other two are holding him up.
Meantime, I had a little touch with fame myself recently.
The first week in March marked the 50th anniversary of the great blizzard of 1966 which slammed into North Dakota.
I was working as a radio-tv newsman in the state capitol, Bismarck, at the time and, after walking three miles to work through snowdrifts and white-out conditions, spent the next three days at the station, much of it on the air on radio and television.
A relative of mine who still lives in North Dakota saw that my old t.v. station would be doing special coverage of the storm and called to tell me about it.
I then emailed the station weather men and newscasters and asked if I could get a DVD of their coverage.
That resulted in them asking me if I would mind driving down to Phoenix and being interviewed for their coverage.
Since the station in Phoenix is also one I once worked at I was happy to oblige and the interview was done by a friend from my days there who is now their anchorman, Mark Curtis.
I since have received the DVD from Bismarck and after viewing it and seeing how battered my visage appears after all these years, I rather wish I hadn't agreed to the interview.
It's a fleeting thing.