Without question. He takes things that don't even relate to him personally and then harasses the person he disagrees with, not so much their opinion or argument. Thinking it somehow validates his own beliefs.
What she said did relate to me personally, calling the kinds of films I like or enjoy as Pornography is equating the people who enjoy it to people sitting around on their computer jerking off to naked chicks. It's disgusting and wrong to compare it like that, and offends me.
But yes, the rest of your statement is true. I did do that, and yes, I apologised for it, regardless of whether or not Starbucks wishes to acknowledge it.
You took 'violence porn' way out of context, it wasn't a literal term. It obviously related to the sensationalization of violence. Not a direct equation to that of someone taking a wank to sex on film. She didn't call you out, she said Tarantino, a lot of people listed Tarantino as a favorite. You were the only one who misconstrued it as a personal attack and you called her out. Whether you like the director she criticized is moot, because it wasn't directed at you.
Anyway, what exactly is 'porn'? Is Caligula porn? If so does that mean everything written by Gore Vidal is porn? When I read Imperial America does it mean I'm like the people who beat off to Hustler? Of course not, it's an opinion criticizing the work not the viewer. I like Van Gogh, some people have said a child can recreate his stuff with finger paint. That doesn't mean I like finger paintings.