The most visited in the world? Hardly. I can think of a few that common sense would dictate are more visited. What about YouTube? People visit that site all the time to watch videos, and I would presume their traffic is in the billions of visits per month. AOL would also be heavily visited. Google and Yahoo are also homes to major e-groups, and often visited for reasons other than doing searches. Again, I would expect traffic on either to be in billions per month.
Other major sites where I would suspect traffic to easily outpace the washtowel site include Amazon, Walmart, Home Depot, and Target. People go to those sites to shop, sometimes comparing prices before shopping. Even this site is probably more visited than the washtowel, since people visit several times a day instead of once a month.
Besides, most visited is barely a criteria. What is the point if you visit a site, download material, and then use it to expose how blatantly stupid the material is? I could easily download every rag and book on that site, but if it is so blatantly stupid, it just creates negative value for them. By that standard, even small sites such as Stonewall Kitchen would outpace the washtowel site, and a site such as L.L. Bean or Fenix would do more good. And the big sites such as APMEX do more that I use than the washtowel site ever will. And, even if I get forced back into the cancer, it does negative good because I will never go back to believing that they hold salvation. It will just be wasted traffic. At least with APMEX, I get something to show for that visit.