Maybe not. The fact that you *are* here is a great testament to the fact that you feel something is not right, and you just want to find out what. The JW's *do* urge all their followers to "keep seeking first the Kingdom" and to examine their faith to "make sure of all things." Could it be that you have been trying to make sure of all things, and the numbers just didn't add up?
I am not going to make fun of you, insult you, or "disfellowship" you. You came here for a reason. You can go, or you can stay here, although I wish you'd stay. Obviously, the religion means a whole lot to you, and you have found true happiness there. I congratulate you. Obviously, others have not found true happiness there, and choose to congregate with others that have had similar experiences in the organization. The reason that we come to web sites such as this is that this version of the truth has taken up our whole lives for a certain period of time, and the effects are just not that easy to get over. We like to be with others who share our experiences, just as victims of crime sometimes have support groups. We all share a certain thing: the commonality of having been involved in an authoritarian religion for a certain amount of time in our life.
The religion says it is the "true" religion and the "pure" religion, but all it did for me was make me feel unworthy and dirty, and God says that I am neither. For me there is great hypocrisy in staying in a religion professing to be the Truth when all of its predictions/prophecies have repeatedly failed.
I am glad you are here, and I hope you find what you're looking for, if you come back at all. You are very welcome and I do hope you stay and look around.