I tend to agree with John Sherrill's summation: "...being a gentleman means putting the good of others before your own."
However, I also think gentlemanliness is only one facet of being a man; it pertains specifically to how a man interacts with other people, which can be somewhat superficial. While it's great to strive to be a gentleman, we should be careful to remember that this is only one aspect of manliness.
"J.L.P: "In contrast to you, I could not possibly care less about your opinion of me. Positive or negative."
On the contrary, Johnny. You crave attention. You are just as narcissistic as you claim Josh to be, and who you…"
"I post what I do because it pleases me. It's a pretty straight forward concept. I have no need to start discussions. It's not a limit. In contrast to you, I could not possibly care less about your opinion of me. Positive or negative."
"J.L. P: "The validity of any evidence isn't the point. But you know that."
Where is the validity in following other's comments and slinging the mockery you so excel at in such a way that you can rightfully be seen as nothing…"