AOL - Georgia Tech might be interested in Wesleyan (Ga.) safety Charles Mack—that is if sending the high school prospect 52 letters in one day is a sign of interest. “I opened it up, and it had hand-written letters, newsletters from the school … 52 in all,” Mack told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution of the package Georgia Tech sent him. Mack’s father, Charles II, played fullback for the Yellow Jackets from 1983-87. “For them to send 52 letters through the mail in one day, including a personal letter from each coach on the staff, it spoke highly of Georgia Tech … As an alum, I was excited for my son,” Charles II told the AJC. “Of course, Georgia Tech has a wide array of things to offer. I think it would be a great fit for him. But at the end of the day, it’s going to be his choice.
Flattering? This is literally my worst nightmare. Seriously I don’t think I have a bigger pet peeve than spam mail or just basically any email in general. If something hits my inbox that isn’t directly important to my life or funny or interesting I’m furious. Waking up to 98 junk emails in my Barstool email ruins my day before it even starts. Now you’re telling me it’s actual, physical mail that I have to pick up and carry and open with my bare hands and get paper cuts and shit? Couldn’t get away from that school fast enough. In fact I’d sign with their rival on purpose just to trample those postal service abusing dickholes once a year for the next 4 years. Hey Tech whatever happened to sending one letter that invites you for a visit where you get to party and fuck 2 coeds in a dorm room? Buffy and Suzie waiting to get tag teamed to welcome you? Guess times have changed. Now instead of pussy it’s snail mail. Awesome.