I can’t speak for Darren Garrison, but it seems pretty obvious to me. His thread was closed–that’s the “wrong.” He made a comment that was rude–which he admits. At most such comments get a Note, unless there is some past history. But Chronos went above and beyond that and closed his thread.
Not only that, but he called “tough shit” a form of abuse. While I agree the post may have come off as too rude, it didn’t attack anyone. Normally, I wouldn’t quibble over the wording, but it seems being treated as “abuse” was why this was escalated to a thread closure.
I don’t see a fundamental problem with the thread topic itself. I know of no history of Darren making bad thread. And I don’t see multiple posters getting into a fight. As such, I don’t see what purpose closing the thread accomplishes. A mod note telling him to calm down would have been sufficient to keep the thread on track.
While I personally think the thread title is clearly about the “Sonic” and not the Doctor herself, it seems others assume it was some sort of code to attack her. As such, maybe clarification would be prudent. However, the normal way to do that would not be to edit the title, but to add something in brackets. So the title would be something like “Introducing the Lady Sonic™ [discussion of the new design of the Sonic Screwdriver]”. Surely that cannot be misinterpreted.
So, the most that seemed to be necessary in this particular thread was a mod note informing him that he was coming off as too rude in that particular forum, and a clarification added to the title to avoid further misunderstandings. As such, I understand why the OP might be a little peeved that his thread was closed.
Especially given what usually happens in such cases. There is a large amount of friction in opening a new thread on the same topic after a closure. That is part of why I think thread closures should be used only when necessary, since they have such a chilling effect on discussion of a topic.