Think only of the triumph of 22-year-old golfing prodigy Golfer Rory McIlroy from Northern Ireland at the U.S. Open last month.
I think Rory will probably punch him twice a day: “Hands off both of them!”
Slater, the stoner-among-stoners played by Rory Cochrane, wore a long-hair wig in the film.
In the high-achieving Yale ecosystem, some label it the “Rory Gilmore syndrome.”
What you know her from: Talking a mile a minute for seven seasons as Rory Gilmore on Gilmore Girls.
Rory, who was present, assaulted his uncle, and the latter was then seized by Parry and carried to Dublin.
I well remember one spring evening I and Rory had been out for the day.
Rory left the old man's side, and went down through a patch of shelisters, his mouth dry as a peat and his heart leaping.
Rory was on the left side of the pole, and had not even a shaft to protect him.
Rory was so fascinated that he proposed that they should enter and take part in the dance.