To be honest, internet culture is totally fucked and there is no 'fix'. The problem is it has socialised people to certain responses. People might say something in agreement with you, but phrase it in a way that they are "correcting" you, hence leading to an argument. The whole "actually" crowd. Cunningham's Law stating "the best way to get the right answer on the internet is not to ask a question; it's to post the wrong answer." Pathetic arguments over semantics.
The only real correct answer any more is to use things like /co/ purely for news or links to shit. 99% of the rest of it is the same click bait crap you see everywhere else. Shelf threads are usually decent but haven't seen one in a few days, I should probably make one.