Well. Isn't all this dramatic.
Horemvore. You illicit reactions like this because you typically dispense your opinion as fact and not opinion. You do not modify your speech to give the "benefit of the doubt". It is, if anything, a simple lack of tact (which while some would argue has value, I would not, because it is inherently unkind and lacks humility). Furthermore, you engage in petulant behavior and statements like "well I'm out" and then continue to engage in the community, which has by my count, happened on 3-5 occasions and only serves to lessen your authority.
Frogboy, interestingly for a CEO, takes the bait in these discussions. In some ways, it's a courageous act, as so often a CEO would in effect remain silent and not engage. However, while he engages, he does not always "punch up" and is susceptible to "punching down". I FEEL* like I've worked for guys like Frogboy... they're not the worst by any means... but they have trouble absorbing and accepting other's perspectives. Something I can relate to, as I'm personally prone to hyper-defensive tendancies.
*Feelings being unreliable sources of information mind you.
At any rate. Just to clarify. In my opinion, modding for GC3 is not dead because of Frogboy's behavior (which, I'd mark as "awkward but positive", it is largely dead because of the various large-scale shifts in gameplay involving the wheel/food/etc., the decision not to support actual modding through steam, and finally, because of a apparent reticence to support/advertise/give attention to actual mods (hosted on Nexus and other sources) through their front pages/splash screens when opening the game.
It's important to recognize that GC3 is a Product, and subject to commercial factors, and not just the personalities of those involved.