Harold and Kilroy, a giant, raucous man who now works as an "executive casino host," go back a long way.
“I know more about nostalgia than anyone my age should,” Kilroy Dondi Vance says.
It is not the present, however, that Kilroy presents, but the future.
Mr. Kilroy had come in while they were talking, and sat listening to the last part of the conversation.
"You make me feel ashamed of myself, Ideala," said Mrs. Kilroy with contrition.
"A friend of Mrs. Kilroy's, I believe," the gentleman answered, and moved off as if he resented the question.
"Then he must have suspected that you would disapprove," said Mrs. Kilroy.
"That is what Sir George says, and he knows her well," Mrs. Kilroy interposed.
Lady Fulda Guthrie, an aunt of Mrs. Kilroy's, was the only other guest.
"That kind of man spends most of his time in cultivating acquaintances," said Mr. Kilroy.
U.S. military graffito character, 1945, said to be either Sgt. Francis J. Kilroy Jr., U.S. Army Air Transport, whose friend or friends began writing his name everywhere as a prank; or war materiéls inspector James J. Kilroy of Quincy, Mass., who wrote "Kilroy was here" on everything he checked.