Except I wasn't actually sitting in a mumble and flaming anyone. The fact is that I posted on a public forum about something that didn't happen and they banned me on the premise that it did happen, instead of waiting for evidence of such an event occurring like an actual responsible admin would. Irony and sarcasm is very difficult to detect on the internet, so the idea that you would ban someone for a forum post "admitting" the breaking of their rules is beyond ridiculous. Now, if I actually was sitting in their mumble and just flaming people of course I would deserve a ban, that goes without saying, but it didn't happen, and there is a lack of evidence that it did happen. (Even at that point, a perma login ban is a bit of overkill, IMHO).
The only thing I am concerned about is where the TF2Center draws the line when it comes to censorship. Should I be banned for shitposting about their admins on a forum that isn't there own? In my opinion, no, I shouldn't. There are many cases in this thread and probably people who haven't posted here where they were banned because of something completely unrelated to the way their site is run. The bottom line is that a good admin/moderator of a specific service would theoretically stay within the boundaries of their operations instead of going out to the internet searching for a reason to be offended and as a result whack their ban hammer, but there is obviously a difference in opinion for whatever reason.