The post is only used for online shopping these days, right?
Don't tell that to comeback kid Sandor Earl, who has turned to the ancient art of letter writing in a bid to re-start his NRL career with the Melbourne Storm.
As the end of his four-year ASADA ban drew closer last summer, Earl bashed out a letter to Melbourne coach Craig Bellamy, outlining his desire to earn a second chance with the code's most professional club.
If the Storm do go ahead and sign Earl the letter will no doubt become hot property.
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Some would say the former Raiders winger- who is now based in Melbourne - is crazy to want to join the Storm given he'd need to dislodge try scoring freaks Suliasi Vunivalu or Josh Addo-Carr to get a start.
But Earl says he'd relish the challenge, having taken nothing for granted since the ban was handed down way back in 2013.