Pawn stars aren’t just big shots in Vegas. “Jewelry and Loan” outfits are a dime a dozen in cities across America. The last bastion of failed dreams and poor planning, pawn shops have been around since at least the Middle Ages. Like just a few other enterprises, they predate widespread literacy, born in an age of pictographs and runes. The centuries-old symbol of the pawnbroker? A series of three spheres, held by a bar or branches. There are vague stories of Lombardian origins, coupled with mysterious Medici connections, but we like to think of it as the ultimate three cherry cocktail garnish. Any decent pawn shop will have this symbol incorporated into its signage or, better still, manifested as a three dimensional sculpture traditionally hung over the entrance. We like to think of it as mistletoe for the unfortunate. So does Seymour, apparently. Meet us there. Seymour’s Loans: kiss me under the balls!