I had a cute little story today. I'm going to share with you right now. Okay, so this member registered to my CODForums, right? Awesome! More members, mo' fun. Except with this member, it's not fun. He spammed the hell out of my forum with his youtube video, I sent him a message "That's enough." Seems simple, and easy, right? It's not for this member. This is what he had to reply: "Shut the #@^& upp I do what I want B!^@#." I respond like this: "You realize I'm admin, right, @$$hole? I own this site, #@^&tard." Now, I don't take $#!^ from people, especially when I was being nice and showing courtesy in the first place: "I know you're trying to get more hits to your youtube channel. But that's enough spamming." So, I banned his account and discouraged his account, too. That didn't stop him from changing IP's and registering a new account. This time, he registered with a "B!^@#" username, and spammed the forum with the youtube video(s) which is more or less embarrassing to the youtube'r. Especially the point of posting videos is to get people to view your video, comment on it, and LIKE it. Your reputation suffers through spamming. It's not that hard to understand. This time, not only did I ban the new account, I changed his username to remove the offending "B!^@&" part. Then, since he came back and I didn't expect to deal with him again, I IP banned him, and IP discouraged him. On both accounts, the old one, and the new one. That's the first person that I ever took IP banning that far. Anyone swear at you on first post?