"What many of these people want is to be Internet nerd famous," Vonderhaar wrote, according to 1UP. "I'm not going to make them famous and you shouldn't either ... "
"Given the opportunity, I'd personally wield the ban hammer for anyone who thinks he is clever by abusing any glitches. Good thing I don't have the opportunity that often and we actually have a constructive, measured, and well-managed live ops team," he said.
"We said we would support the game. We are going to support it," Vonderhaar continued. "We are disinterested in making mini-celebrities out of douche-bags. You better think twice before you glitch. You never know who in your game doesn't like glitchers who reports you and saves the game in their File Share and tells us about it."
Wow. Hey, guys, don't cheat in Black Ops. If you do, Vonderhaar sounds like he's on the verge of paying you a personal visit of the least pleasant variety. But, in all seriousness, you might want to keep it clean. It sounds like Treyarch has its hands over the Ban Button. Plus, you don't want to be that guy. You know, the guy that launches himself at another person just to blow himself up with a Javelin? That guy.