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Now as this was evidently a breach of etiquette and a derogation of heraldic nobility—Mons

Now as this was evidently a breach of etiquette and a derogation of heraldic nobility—Mons

In 1678 Antoine Bulifon carried the same kind of cards to Naples, where Don Annibal Aquaviva established a society to play at Blazon, under the name of ”Armeristi,” with the map of Europe for a device, and the motto, ”Pulchra sub imagine Ludi

”Be it therefore enacted, that if any person or persons, of any degree or quality whatsoever, shall by any fraud, cousenage, circumvention, deceit, c. in playing at Cards, Dice, Tables, Tennis, Bowls, Kittles, Shovel-board, or in or by Cock-fightings, Horse-races, Dog-matches, or Foot-races c. or by betting on the sides or hands of such as play, win, obtain, or acquire any sum or sums of money or any other valuable thing; that then every person so offending shall ipso facto forfeit treble the sum or value of money, or other thing, so won, gained, or acquired.

”And for the better avoiding and preventing of all excessive and immoderate playing and gaming for the time to [Pg 149] come, be it further enacted, that if any person shall play at any of the said games, or any other pastime whatsoever (otherwise than with and for ready money), or shall bet on the sides of such as play, and shall lose any sum of money or other thing played for, exceeding the sum of one hundred pounds, at one time or meeting, upon ticket or credit, or otherwise, and shall not pay down the same at the time when he shall so lose the same, the party who loseth the said moneys, or other things so played for, above the said sum of one hundred pounds, shall not, in that case, be bound or compelled to pay or make good the same; and that all Contracts, Judgments, Statutes, Recognizances, Mortgages, c.

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One thing I love about Bristlr is it’s kinda hard to take super-seriously

One thing I love about Bristlr is it’s kinda hard to take super-seriously

I might not be the hottest get on Tinder, but I think I get a respectable amount of right swipes-which is why I was kind of bummed by the fairly chilly reception on Bristlr

Bristlr was founded just a handful of weeks ago by English developer John Kershaw as a complete joke, while he was bored at work one day. ”I thought up the idea of a website which networks people who have beards with people who like to stroke beards,” he told me. (I wanted to get some context before I took the plunge.) ”My friends thought it was funny, tips for dating a Foot Fetish and I ended up making a fake sign-up page for people to register their interest in the then non-existent Bristlr. I was expecting to get a few laughs, and then see it fade away. Instead, a whole bunch of people signed up!”

Remember when we laughed at the idea of Tinder marriages?

Indeed-upon first investigation, I saw that there were users aplenty (male and female) from all over the U.S. (”A well kept beard is a lovely thing, and a very inviting thing,” advised Kershaw when I asked him why he thinks facial hair brings people together.) When I asked him what he would guess is the percentage of users on the site seeking love instead of laughs, he said he wasn’t so sure. ”There’s definitely a scale from fun to serious, but in the middle it seems really vague,” he said. ”[But] I’ve heard from a lot of people that they really like the more relaxed and fun vibe the site has. ”