I see the humor, but also the importance.
I read the other day that Salgado now shoots 'evil capture', but that he still has contact sheets made, and he edits with a loupe. Then he has evil-negs made which are contact printed to 11x14 silver gelatin paper as proofing, and inspects again. If the pictures pass the acid test they make the size prints he wants.
I think it's wonderful that he still cares to print in silver, regardless of what was used to record the picture.
Personally, I don't really care how people make their prints. But I do care about my darkroom, and anything to keep darkroom printing alive is a good thing, in my book.