After some contemplation and seeing how much Caste Football has meant to so many and how difficult it may be logistically to replace it, I've decided to become the Brett Favre of admins and postpone my retirement. But -- my commitment is only to see the site through the upcoming football season and evaluate then if I will continue with it. If it's still as slow as it often is now, then I'll step aside for good. So. . . if Caste Football is as important as many posters claim it is to them, all of us need to roll up our sleeves and do more. The decline in posting at some point became contagious and just about everyone cut back. We need to make a commitment to post more and have that become contagious. Posting begets more posting and more traffic, i.e., more interest. I'm asking the veterans who still post here to do more posting, and newer posters who joined in the past few years to also do more. There's been a number of new posters who seemed promising and then all of a sudden they stopped posting rather than posting regularly or semi-regularly. Regular posting and regular posters are what make a forum successful, not irregular or very occasional posters. I'd also like to see more posts about various sports and individual White athletes. Surely more than a few people here follow hockey, golf, tennis, baseball, UFC, soccer, etc. Although I obviously can't control what people post, we need more positivity and less doom and gloom. Just about everything not related to sports is depressing these days, so let's concentrate on what the guidelines say -- "keep posts productive." White athletes are a breath of fresh air to root for and we need to emphasize that instead of all the bad things going on. Some posters in private conversations have kicked around the idea of starting a CF spinoff on Gab or Redditt. Or maybe a video channel on BitChute or some other non-censored site. A weekly internet radio show is something that's been talked about at times but never got out of the starting gate. Promoting CF on comments sections always generates at least a little interest. We need some other ideas -- and more importantly, follow through. So let's all do what we can in our own way to get Caste Football back on an upward trajectory. "Ask not what Caste Football can do for you, but what you can do for Caste Football."