...but I thought the above link made for fun reading.
For a good demonstration of proper hat etiquette, watch To Kill a Mockingbird. Atticus is a true gentleman, even taking his hat off when talking to the ladies.
People talk, boy, but they seldom listen. She's only seventeen, but she knows talk is cheap.
Another interesting article: this one against gambling. C.S. Lewis once remarked about gambling [and pederasty] that it wasn't a sin he spoke much against because he had never been tempted by it. That, however, doesn't prevent me from pointing to articles about the grave evil of the practice, like that unto dancing and the theater [just kidding, gambling is intrinsically evil while dancing is evil for its effects, making the unholy trinity of "cards, dancing, and the theater" a bit lopsided].