"I just said I don't get it and explained my motivations for asking the question instead of simply Googling "
Right, and as those motivations made even less sense to me (to the point where you ultimately said you did not even want any of them in the first place), they only begot further comment.
"I could've. I didn't. That's not who I am."
And it is not who I am to avoid poking fun at things that strike me as amusing.
Seeing a harmless joke taken much too seriously is one such thing.
"For one, I didn't act profound or anything"
We can agree to disagree on whether saying things like 'I met my best friend through a similar question' is trying to imply that asking about an anime could somehow result in meaningful relationships.
"Sorry, but that's bollocks"
No, it is really not. I cannot very well force myself to respect someone or something any more than I can force myself to like a color I am not fond of. It is not a conscious process or a choice. There are actions and attitudes that I see and I think 'Yes, those are things which are worthy' and there are others that I see and think 'No, those are things that we should work beyond'. We do not have control over the things we feel about each one.
For instance, I respect confidence, the belief by a person in oneself.
In contrast, I do not respect entitlement, the belief by a person that other people have to believe in that person.
It is not within my ability to voluntarily switch the two.
Whether I approve or disapprove of someone depends entirely on the actions they choose and whether those fall in accordance with the things that I respect or the things that I do not.
For the record, I do not believe that you or anyone else should really care what I think of you regardless.
"On top of that, it's simply part of the site rules to treat each other like decent human being"
I think you are confusing 'respect' with 'courtesy'. The former is the personal internal admiration one feels for something. The latter is how one chooses to act.
I am perfectly fine with granting courtesy unconditionally. There are lots of positions that I do not necessarily respect but am absolutely willing to treat with civility.
Now on that point: I pretty strongly disagree with the assertion that calling something 'silly' or employing sarcasm is some flagrant and unacceptable violation of one's human dignity.
(And speaking purely of politeness, let us be perfectly fair: of the two of us, only one has actually resorted to outright name-calling.)
"You're honestly just being a snide ass now"
You do not see me complaining at length about not being treated with some arbitrary level of deference here because hey, it's a fair cop, but that is harsher and more personal than anything I have said to or about you.