Well, I didn't see your previous post, but I'll give my opinion. I'm sure you know it by now anyway.
The one thing that I would like to see different in your posts is in how you communicate what is on your mind. Simply put, you're abrasive. Your responses to threads and posts whether you are posting as a mod or user are too blunt to be considered...helpful(?). I will say this happens less frequently now than it did months ago.
It's like...supplying constructive criticism without showing/displaying anything constructive about your comments, as if you're there to critique without wanting to help. If that makes any sense. I've noticed replies in threads where you make sharp dismissive remarks about the poster or topic if you find it to be pointless or...lacking in some way.
This includes, but is not exclusive to, the Ombs area of the forum (though not just during the current Ombs reign). You will give your opinion on the case and why the punishment may be deserved, but instead of stating facts and leaving it there your posts tend to go a step further and take it to a personal level with the user (while not necessarily being directly personal in nature). It puts the other person on the defensive and can cause more drama than intended.
You have a long history on this forum, and I know there are long histories with certain users which can lead to heated debates/remarks back and forth. Those things are understandable. My biggest concern with the abrasive tone of your posts is that you burn any bridges with other users before they can even be built. Which I suppose is fine if that's how you want to be; I just don't feel like it is an attitude a member of the staff should exude on a consistent basis (acting as a Mod or not).
I'm not saying any of this to be critical or high and mighty. Tone is something I have had to work on for years now, online and in real life. I know how people can be offended by a comment I meant innocently, and I constantly suffer from FIMS (Foot in Mouth Syndrome).
My long-winded, rambling point is this: sometimes taking a second look at a post before hitting Submit wouldn't hurt.