Life is too short: You're right that it is not every xJWs that are able to bring a "good" contribution online. It is true that JWs dis-fellowship a lot of people for bad reasons, but there are some who did get what was coming to them. And some should even have been reported to the police attention!
JWdaughter: "I think most people who were in really didn't give a crap".
Wouldn't that imply that most of those dis-fellowshipped would not care one way or the other about being disfellowshipped? Weather you believed sincerely in "the faithful and discreet slave" or got baptised to impress your friends and family... the consequence is the same: Loss of contact with your family and friends. Calling this a "Non even" sounds far fetched to me. Its not like they just cancelled their membership to their local fitness club!
dubstepped: Many [...] never worked it all out themselves. [...] It's just safer for them to shut the door on that messy room and pretend that it doesn't exist.
That hits right home for many of the xJW I personally know.
Phizzy: Prioritizing other more meaningful causes... good point.
Steve2: JW organization loses significantly more Witnesses to apathy than to apostasy.
Though that sentence has a nice sound to it like a good catch phrase (I immediately liked it), when thinking about it a little more, sounds more like something the JW themselves would say. I believe that the source of apathy IS apostasy. People don't believe some teaching, can't express themselves in the cult, and become apathetic to it. I believe that a significant number who stay disfellowhipped after committing a sin already had some serious disagreement with the teachings. The sin became an excuse.
Darkspilver: Top three youtubes of Kim Mikey, John Cedars and Christian Katja hit the million mark altogether. I think that NewYork44M is right that many xJWs simply look occasionally and if we could record all these visits, we would find them all there.