Now, I wont answer your last message as it was explained above your very own message. What I said was a response to getting kicked.
Well, no. It only explains other stuff you said, not that thing. The thing about him deserving kick was probably pointing more towards him kicking you, and that you took it bad seeing as you weren't serious about the stuff before. And even if you weren't serious about it, flaming (even just as a joke) isn't really smart to do to someone you don't know, and someone who has something to say if you're let into a clan or not.
Seeing as I've known you for over 3 years, I know you talk like that to friends, people who accept it, but you have to admit that it is very unnecessary to talk like that to people you don't know, especially because you don't know how they will react to it, and they don't know why you say it and if you're serious about it or not.
I'd say lets all just forget that, he seems to be sorry about what he said and anyways it wasn't as big of a deal as you make it sound.
Well, no, it wasn't really a big deal, but it is becoming a big deal because neither of the parts are friendly to each other. Connor and Jack said they would let it go if he understood what the consequences could be, and that he should be more humble for the future, and learn to apologize himself and admit when he is wrong. Thomas (Fake Days) says he's "genuinly sorry", but keeps holding on to his arguments and point of view - which is probably what causes the discussion to go on.