While there is a certain subset of people who it works for, and who prefer it, there are also lots of people doing moderate carb, and even higher carb such as PHD which included a pound of starch daily.
And I would say that the HFLC subgroup is by far the smaller one here on MDA.
Those topics just don't generate the attention because no one argues against them.
(except perhaps in the context that people did argue about eating ALL potatoes for weeks at a time)
It is very well accepted that different levels of fats/proteins/carbs work for different people UNTIL you get to the HFLC issue, then there is this contentious attitude that people who feel better on it are "wrong".
The Choco/Chaco spelling issue...
I don't ever think it's misspelled on purpose to annoy him.
I'm pretty sure it is subconscious where they are simply making they first half of the name reflect the second half in spelling because phonetically it SOUNDS the same.
When you say "Choco Taco" ("choco" as in chocolate taco BTW, it's an ice cream snack thing):
You say: Cha-ko Ta-ko not: Cho-ko Ta-ko.
Edit: "buttered coffee, bacon, nut butter and dark chocolate" ... FYI- I don't eat any of those foods.
For people who do those certainly are not the staples, and if they use them in moderation within their caloric allotment... you should probably go pound sand.