9 thoughts on “Living by the G Code

  1. As a gentleman I believe it is my duty to be an example for everyone around me. I always say yes Ma’am, Sir no Ma’am, Sir. I believe being a Gentleman is walking with a since of pride. I believe I should treat women with a since of respect and honor. I shall also bring up young man to have this same quality. Being a gentleman is simply doing your part in society.

  2. I believe a gentleman to be kind and courteous to the people around him. I also believe him to be a stand up guy. I like the title of this because we do need to start thinking outside the box. I think of the G code I think of gangsters. Well I am learning being a gentleman is gangster.

  3. Being a gentleman is not ganster. Being a gentleman is being a gentleman. I think that movies, rappers,and hip hop need to stop mixing bravo machoism, guns, drugs and making it sound like something one should grow up to be. Unfortunately this is a phenom that largely faces the minority black, Hispanic populations not to say whites and other races don’t part-take in this mind frame, it is just not as prevalent. G for Gentleman, G-Code, I like that, but gentleman for gansta=fail.

  4. G-Code. Gansta and a gentleman. Where they at. I like them to be 5″10 to 6″2…and they got to be chiseled, no round guys.

  5. I think that what he is trying to say is redefine the meaning of something that is cool or relateable. We live in a time where gangster=cool. So I am a gentleman now that is gangster it fits. I have learned that to get a point across you have to speak so people can understand. It is cross marketing.

  6. Live it, breathe it, be it in all aspects of your life. Lead by example. Learn from your mistakes and the mistakes of others.

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