After Stuneree's thread and what it descended into, this is probably a bad idea. However, I don't really want anyone to respond or comment - I simply wish for you all to read it and process in your own way.
I know this is rich coming from me, but: please be conscious of how you treat every player you come into contact with. I know everyone is not going to get along and personalities are going to clash. However, just because this occurs does not mean you have to go out of you way to be vitriolic or toxic. You don't know what's going on in their lives and might be using this as a way to escape. I, myself, am particularly guilty of this. And to everyone I personally victimised (Regina George style), I offer you my sincerest apologies.
Let me share a personal story. After getting permashrubbed, for who knows how many times now, I recently moved on to a different, more mainstream game. I won't name the game, but it involves cooperation and having to communicate with players via mics. I had a regular small group that I played with, and of course there was conflict/drama between a few of the people. Anyways, I developed a friendship with one particular guy relatively quickly and we became friends on Facebook. He was 22, had a fiancé and a kid with her, and she had a number of children from other relationships. He was the one working and supporting them all. His job got made redundant the other week, and he was actively looking. From the conversations I had with him, everything was fine. In fact, he told me on Monday that he had some bar work/training set up for the next day. Our conversation concluded at 9:30pm, and later that night he took his own life. I didn't suspect anything when I spoke to him.
I don't know what was going on, or what he was thinking. I hope the conflict/drama between our small group played a relatively small part. But, if he was using it as a way to escape other things then I'm certain it would have contributed, in some part, to what occurred.
So again, please be aware of how you treat other people. You don't need to get along - but if you don't, then leave it at that. There's no need to go out of your way to make it obvious.