Xbox Live's Top Cop Reads 'The Book of Enforcement'

Kotaku writes: "Stephen Toulouse gave a presentation at PAX that, like most of his outreach, leavened the dirty work of running Xbox Live's banhammer ops with comedy. His sermon is about how the wicked "Poonhunter" came to be banned from Battlefield 1943.

Stepto's presentation continued well after the above excerpt. The rest of the address is full of comedy gold, and insight into how they keep things clean, as best they can, on Xbox Live. He began by thanking Penny Arcade's creators for "the John Gabriel Greater Internet Dickwad Theory, a theory which puts food on my table," and also the phrase "Ham Doctor," which apparently he confronts with regularity."

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Ziriux3796d ago

Yea out of all three giants, MS probably takes it the most serious when it comes to banning people.

Elven63796d ago

Aha this guy is awesome, I always love his commentary.

Ziriux3796d ago

Yea I gotta admit that was awesome and I laughed mostly through the whole thing.

edhe3796d ago

Agreed, got to love the little community around major's 'cast.

corywebb933796d ago

And arrest people that own a ps3 then shoot myself in the leg then lie and say they try shooting me with my own a gun

So they can get the death penalty

Ziriux3796d ago

Your comment was legit, than I saw your avatar was Haze than I threw up a little inside.

qwertyuiopasdfghjkl3796d ago

A textual excerpt would be nice though.