I was watching hoarders: buried alive and the "aha moment" hit me towards the end. How many domainers are living with the exact same character flaws that propagate the same qualities, or lack thereof, of a real life hoarder? There are many attributes that are similar, concerning the tendency to hold on to crap that is utterly worthless to anyone other than the owner. A quick looksee at expiring domains is evidence to insight of these personality trait "similarities". As contradictory as this may sound, (dropping these domains would be evidence to the contrary) I suspect that a large number of drops by domainers are both attributed to (not keeping up with ones' portfolio) and (simply trading these terrible names for acquiring even more auspicious names). Now, this is a characterisation mostly garnered towards new timers who have little to moderate experience in domaining. I think traits are extremely parallel to real life hoarders. Realistically, for every random nonsense domain name droppes, how many are still being renewed out of blind faith that there is "someone" out there that really wants to buy 'grupofu3l.com" eventually? Is this simply an issue of pride? Is it so hard to realise you dove in and made a $x,xxx mistake? There is no point of no return in domaing. you can start over. The guilt and pain can be reversed and there are numerous stories here to support this. Discuss.