Well, I guess that cap's out of the bag...
Anyway, since I suppose there's no longer a point in maintaining anonymity regarding the admin's name, I suppose my next questions will address statements made by GG:
he was kicked b/c he "politely" told me to go "like" myself
I remember how he said it, and politely is not the word I would use. If you are referencing my statement about an individual being polite, it was actually referencing your response. The language the individual in question used was over the top, uncalled for, and generally intolerable given the format of this clan.
As for capitalization not being a stylistic tool, I must admit to a degree of prejudice in this regard; as someone who writes both prose and poetry and has friends who are writers, the manner in which I communicate in clan chat is directly representative of my environment. There are frequent instances where I do use stylistic and rhetorical language tools like hyperbole, rhetorical speech, and selective usage of capital letters. It's just a byproduct of the way I write everywhere else. Read my blogs on the wiki if you're curious about my writing style, but I suspect that's ultimately irrelevant.
1 word; 1 sentence
This is what I was looking for, honestly. One capitalized word for every sentence is a quantifiable standard, and while your statement about the player's from the clan is ultimately correct, from what I saw it was his opinion that he was being expected to follow an arbitrary or disagreeable rule that lead to the outburst after the fact.
Also:http://www.amazon.com/Box ... rdless/dp/B00FH2GYP6
It shouldn't be too hard to jury rig one of these in the manner done here...http://www.instructables. ... t-Controlled-RC-Car/
...in order to ensure that everyone can be punched in the face on command. Just make the possession of an operational prototype a clan prerequisite and then map individual clan members' IGN's to their respective MAC addresses, IP addresses, etc. Hell, you could even use a program or algorithm to detect punchable offenses and then use the output to automate the process, assigning another daemon the responsibility of doling out punches based on the incoming data.