I'd point out that no matter what, @Charlaquin woud be very unhappy at @jasper's table. Not because anyone is a jerk, but, because they are approaching the game from very, very different perspectives. It doesn't have anything to do with jerk proofing the game, despite @jasper's somewhat tongue in cheek example. But, that example did achieve the goal of defining what each person wants from the game, so, I'd call that a success.Huh?
Never once have I said there are no jerks at the table. What I say repeatedly is that jerk-proof rules are not the way to deal with it.