Philanthropist, Rhode Scholar, Musician, Anthropologist, Philosopher, Animal Lover, Humanitarian, Poet, Consultant, Cologne Mogul, Aspiring Dictator, Jedi, and full-time Gentleman are just a few of the words in the English language fit to describe the creator of The Gentlemen’s Hour.
“[The show] was created out of a necessity more so than anything else,” said an exhausted [not puting my name :)] regarding the size of his growing inbox. @#$@#$@ and his co-host and purveyor of taste,#$%@#, have been teaching a Gentlemen’s Etiquette course since 2008 in the greater Los Angeles. “The show was created to save us time and ultimately answer all the questions from our students and the aspiring. We can’t be everywhere at once.” In 2009 %@#$t received the first annual Upstanding Citizenship Award as well as the Key to the City.
“I’m just happy he’s agreed to keep his shirt on when he goes on his fifteen mile runs,” says Antonio Villaraigosa, mayor of Los Angeles, a city whose accident rate ranks amongst the highest in the world. After @#$@! consented to the mayor’s obscure request, the city’s accident rate declined by fifteen percent. “Such selflessness can only be commemorated.”
A man of the people, @#$%^ graduated from the University of Connecticut in 2006 after declining a full ride scholarship to Yale University to really get in touch with the everyman. “Culture and breadth is something every Gentleman seeks,” he told 60 Minutes.
The creator of The Gentlemen’s Hour just returned from a presidential mandated Gentlemen’s trip to the Gulf of Mexico to aid BP and the world’s top engineers in capping what was unequivocally the world’s largest oil catastrophe. BP Vice President Kent Wells acclaimed: “When @#%$#^ arrived on the scene (Tuesday the 13th of July) the air in the room changed immediately… well it not only smelt better but the overall attitude and morale improvement was night and day.” No stranger to pressure, @#@$ successfully capped and contorted the 6,700 lbs per square inch of gushing oil pressure. To celebrate, when he returned, Benoit launched the twenty minute web show: The Gentlemen’s Hour, in hopes to inspire others to accomplish similar feats and of course, free up his schedule a bit.