I never "chimp."
"Chimping" is a weasel word that reeks of elitism. Perhaps at one point in time, it referred to a collective activity wherein the subject(s) would ask to see the snapshot that was just taken, but has now expanded its meaning to refer to any instance of reviewing an image. Sure, the film shooters don't look at what they just shot because they can't. And sure, they might say "if you had the right technique you wouldn't *need* to look."
Well, much the same could be said of the days when people didn't have calculators to perform arithmetic.
Old ways do not necessarily translate to new technologies, and new technologies often require rethinking old ways. You don't go around wearing clothes or driving vehicles from the 1800's, do you? The LCD is there for you to use. If you or anyone else thinks you're somehow less of a photographer because you like to review what you shot, screw 'em. That is regressive thinking.
I'm sure that back in the day, some people shooting daguerreotypes thought ambrotypes were ridiculous and only "real" photographers shot dags. And when gelatin silver processes were introduced, oh, that was truly scandalous, photography was forever condemned to be the art of the common man! And don't even get me started on Polaroid! And SLR? Autofocus? My god, now any bourgeois idiot could take perfect photographs!
There will always be some idiot out there who thinks that they are the real deal because they're keeping true to some "standard" of what it means to make art. And they are very often the last people on the face of this earth who have any clue what art actually is, let alone have any business telling anyone else what it should be.