I understand the general logic on this site is you don't like how we do things to bad and I'll agree with it to the point that if you didn't like me asking if my DPS is up to par with my current gear according to Rawr then just say so. Don't try to nitpick and say "well you broke rule 1, rule 6, and rule 7" where in my eyes the only possible rule broken was 7. So just say, you broke rule 7 so I gave you your first infraction. Trying to validate yourself in the other "rule" violations where you yourself have to stretch to say they are violations by saying "pretty clear" instead of just "clear" and "throw some of for good measure" just shows they aren't true violations but just just a way to make yourself feel vindicated in giving the infraction.
If you don't like the way I mod, you're welcome to find another forum. I gave you an infraction and a warning that were both heartily deserved if not lenient, and you're not going to find anyone of relevance around here that disagrees. Then I sat through your obnoxious-but-barely-short-of-mod-sass reply, and gave you a legitimate response to it which is way more than you deserved. And then you respond back with crap like this.
Keep this in mind: I'm a moderator. I don't *need* to vindicate myself. When I say that you broke 3 rules and are lucky to have only gotten one point out of it, that's not the time to start testing my patience by quibbling over how I phrased my response. You asked for an explanation of your infraction. I gave it to you. If you disagree, fine. But of the two of us, I'm the one that's a moderator, so mine is the opinion that we'll be trusting. If you don't like the answer, that's not my problem. And if you're going to be confrontational and rude about the way I gave you that answer, you can fuck off.
If you have further questions, feel free to raise them, but keep in mind when so doing that I'm right, you're wrong, and that you're annoying me.