Actually, a lot of your peers would disagree with you on that.
If that's how you feel, why don't you say it to his face?
Don't know him well enough. Most interactions I've had with him outside of OCI have proven him to be a very affable and friendly guy (and I think a lot of people would agree with me on this), but I've heard things about how some of his interactions concerning OCI have rubbed people the wrong way. If he was one of my good friends, I would definitely suggest being a little more sensitive.
I'm not trying to hide under the anonymity of the internet, although that did come off in a more hostile manner than I meant. I wouldn't have said anything here if he hadn't essentially said that "I do this all the time and there's nothing wrong with it." (I suppose I could have said "Maybe some people don't agree" but then we would've just gotten into some kind of theoretical argument about what people may or may not think.) People have felt uncomfortable about that kind of behavior a lot, regardless of intent, and I think it's important to recognize that sometimes a little sensitivity is in order in an economy like this one - even if you technically don't owe your peers anything.