Email to student affairs at CUNY about maintaining my privacy at school.

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Greetings,

First and foremost I treat everyone at CUNY with the utmost respect at all times. That is more important than anything. I love CUNY. It’s the best opportunity ever. I’m going to Baruch College next semester.

With that being said, one of my teachers assigned a project where we have to present an essay to the class. I love the class and the teacher is great. After we are done with the assignment we have to answer questions from the other students in the class.

I kindly and politely asked the professor if I could be excused from that part of the assignment. I’m not going to get too deep into why. In short, it’s because I’m 44 years old and homeless. I’m friendly when we are all at school. When it comes to interacting with students on my mobile phone via distance learning, I don’t feel comfortable.

With all due respect, I want to maintain my privacy. I adamantly do not feel comfortable interacting with students on my phone. I don’t see how that is a mandatory part of my education.

I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. I don’t have a criminal record. I live squeaky clean. I’m here to be respectful to everyone and learn.

Please advise who I should speak with about this. Again, I love the class and the teacher is great. I politely asked him if I could be excused from interacting with the other students in the class via my mobile phone and he said no. He said I have to get on my phone with the students.

Thank you and have a great day.

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

I love CUNY.

Email to a staff member at LaGuardia Community College about being accepted to Baruch College.

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Greetings,

I was accepted into Baruch College and I’m going there next semester. I just wanted to say thank you for the amazing help for the past three semesters. You’re great at helping students.

Everyone at LaGuardia Community College exceeded my expectations. CUNY is the best opportunity ever. I wouldn’t consider going anywhere else.

Thank you and have a great day.

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

I love CUNY.

Email to a CUNY professor about a question and answer presentation.

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Greetings Professor,

Of course, I’m going to do the presentation because it’s mandatory. I’ll get on camera and everything. I just wanted to go on the record that I usually keep to myself regarding the students.

I have no criminal record. I don’t do anything illegal. I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. I live squeaky clean. I find it best not to interact with the students at all. I’m homeless, so I’m walking on eggshells in life.

The only people I want to interact with in my current situation are accredited investors, web marketing clients, or anyone who can help me from a financial standpoint. I’m working on entrepreneurial projects to try and get a roof back over my head in my spare time.

If possible, I would rather not have a question and answer session with the students after my presentation. If I have to, I will, but I’d rather not. If you say I have to, I’m not going to complain. I have the absolute utmost respect for you as a professor, and I love this class. I’m working on the term paper, that’s why I thought of it.

Also, I have a few questions for you regarding the project. I’m researching this afternoon and I’ll send you an email tonight or tomorrow.

Thank you, and have a great day.

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

I love CUNY.

Wealthy people I know paid New York law enforcement to make me homeless. Now they are sending people into my storage facility trying to pick fights with me.

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The following is the email I sent to the storage company about the incident. I didn’t mention that people I know pay New York law enforcement, FBI/NYPD to torture me 24/7 including right now.

Greetings,

I love X storage. I always treat your staff with the utmost respect and keep to myself in regards to customers. 

I was minding my own business about to walk out of X storage. Not the main entrance, the exit for my room. A female customer was standing in the hallway so I couldn’t walk out. I stopped and was patiently waiting for her to be done so I could leave. She starts asking me if I’m supposed to be in X storage, was I a customer, she then said she didn’t think I was a customer and she was going to report me. 

I immediately turned on the voice recorder on my phone so there was no confusion about what was said. I kept my cool like always and said I’m trying to leave. She said go and at the same time was blocking me from leaving. 

If I would have walked out at that time it would have looked like I was cutting her off. I patiently waited and when she moved I walked out without saying a word. 

I take the high road in all situations. I don’t care how anyone else acts I act respectfully at all times. Apparently, there are people who want to come to X storage and act however they want to act and that is their life. 

I love my storage room and I’m not allowing anyone to ruin it for me. Especially someone who I have no clue who they are. 

I don’t need a reply unless you want to. X storage runs the best storage facilities in New York City hands down. There is nothing X storage can do better, you have it down to a science. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

I love CUNY.

Email to a company who produces super warm winter coats for reasonable prices.

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Greetings,

I’m a homeless college student at CUNY in New York City. I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. I simply have bad credit and no money. 

Usually, I sleep on the subway platform like many other homeless people in New York City. Because of everything going on the city closed the subway from 1 AM to 5 AM every night/morning. I need a super warm jacket because it’s freezing up here at night and during the day. 

I found your company/jacket and it looks amazing. I see that you have it in grey but not black. I’m tempted to purchase the grey one but I suspect it will look horrible after a homeless person is sleeping on the floor wearing it (me) for a few weeks/months. 

I need a black small because I feel like it will look better for longer. I’ll be happy if I get one winter out of it. Two winters of use would be a dream. I’m not going to be greedy though, I’d be happy with one because I sleep on the floor. 

I signed up for notifications when the jacket is back in stock. The second I receive the email I’m going to buy it. I really like that feature on your website. I actually added three of my emails to it so I don’t miss the notification. 

If you are asking yourself how does a homeless person have $400 to buy the jacket, the answer is student loans. I attend a city college that is very inexpensive so I get a rebate on my student loans in my bank account every six months. 

With the information I’m learning at CUNY, I’m going to be a millionaire before I graduate. Then I’ll purchase several items on your website. In the meantime please let me know If you have a small black at the store and I will buy it this second. 

Please advise. 

Thank you and have a great day.

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

I love CUNY.

Polite message to the Chancellor of CUNY about the New York law enforcement robbing me, torturing me, and trying to make up lies to have me kicked out of school.

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Greetings Chancellor,

I love CUNY. It’s a great opportunity. I have been homeless for the last 5 years with New York law enforcement viciously torturing me. They physically attack me and rob me constantly including today. 

Sometimes I wake up feeling like I have been drugged with cuts and bruises on my body. I have had my property stolen and destroyed hundreds of times. I have been to the hospital and urgent care centers hundreds of times. 

I don’t mention a word about this to anyone at school besides here. 

Tonight I was just robbed again for my mobile phone in the Grand Central subway station. I suspect it was New York law enforcement. 

I want to go on the record because I’m an expert in New York law enforcement scams. I’m taking three classes right now. One of them has no online meetings and two of the classes meet online once per week. 

I politely asked both teachers if it’s OK if I can keep my microphone and video camera muted and just watch the classes. I can participate via email. I said I am homeless and didn’t get into anything about the police or anything like that. 

Both teachers said it’s OK. I just want to go on the record right now. I keep my video camera and microphone 100% muted the whole time and just watch the classes. I have no idea what New York law enforcement has in store for me next but I’m under attack. 

New York law enforcement has people try and pick fights with me every single day in the streets. They also put their hands on me and crash into me while recording me. They also have people run up to me and blow smoke in my face. 

For example, a girl crashed into me yesterday at the Grand Central subway station and started yelling at me for no reason. Then I see the same woman follow me into a store on East 23rd Street and Park Avenue South in New York City. New York law enforcement and their civilian team run these types of scams on me several times per day.

They are ruthless and they murder people so I guess I’m lucky to still be here. New York law enforcement has threatened me several times that they are going to shoot me up with drugs and murder me if I don’t allow them to quietly stip me of the little I have left. For example, they want me out of CUNY and off welfare so it’s easier for them to torture me.

I treat everyone at CUNY with the utmost respect at all times. Under the circumstances, I’m doing well at school. My attendance record is 100% and I have all my assignments turned in on time. 

I have a lot of homework so I’m going to get back to that. Tomorrow I have to spend more of my food money to replace what the NYPD just robbed from me.

Thank you and have a great day. 

Ever upward, 

Mark Pine

Cash register scams at the USPS courtesy of New York law enforcement.

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I have federal, state, and city government employees harassing me in symphony. This is a polite and respectful email I just sent to the USPS about New York law enforcement ordering their team members to run scams on me.

Greetings,

I treat everyone with the utmost respect and I mind my business. Rich people I know pay the top law enforcement in New York to harass me, sabotage me, and try to set me up. 

Tonight at around 8 PM, October 19, 2020, I was at the USPS post office at 450 Lexington Avenue in New York City. I was patiently waiting in line reading a New York Times article for a homework assignment. 

The person working at register 12 called me up. The last customer before me was standing directly in front of the person and the customer still hadn’t moved. I said where do you want me to go? The customer is still there. 

The USPS team member said either you come here now or I’m calling the next customer. The person behind me started angling to go past me. Again I said where am I supposed to stand? Am I supposed to stand directly next to the other customer? 

Finally, the customer moved a few feet. I asked the USPS team member why does the USPS staff keep calling me up to the counter when the last customer hasn’t moved yet? This has happened at least 5 times. If I’m not rushing why is anyone else? Especially with everything happening right now. 

Another USPS team member walked over and said she will take over. I said why do I have to switch lines? I was merely pointing out that I didn’t feel comfortable standing one foot away from other customers. 

While this is going on a man who was with the woman in front of me starts trying to verbally pick a fight with me. I 100% ignored him. I didn’t look in his direction. I didn’t respond at all. 

The whole situation was recorded on the security cameras. The only thing I’m willing to bet that isn’t on video is the USPS team member calling me up to the counter with the other customer still standing there. 

I said I would like to make a complaint. A member of the postal police walked over. We had a few minute conversation and he said make the complaint online. A few members of the NYPD showed up while this was going on. They said they were there for another call. 

New York law enforcement orders cashiers all over New York to call me up before the customer before me walks away to try and get me in trouble. They have done it to me hundreds of times. 

I have no issue with anyone at the post office. I love the service. I will continue to treat all the USPS team members with the utmost respect at all times. 

Can you please ask the staff to stop calling me up to the counter before the last customer moves? We are supposed to be keeping a distance. 

I don’t blame your staff. I know that New York law enforcement is forcing them to do it. New York law enforcement runs around and sabotages me at CUNY, HRA, USPS, and several additional places. I don’t take it personally. I just patiently wait until they are done harassing me and slowing me down, when it’s done I handle my business and move on. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Ever upward, 

Mark Pine

New York law enforcement has its civilian team harassing me at the gym and everywhere else.

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Wealthy individuals, I know from New York pay federal and state law enforcement to torture people including me. My website, social media, and book are filled with thousands of posts about it. No matter how anyone treats me, I act respectfully at all times. I’m not trying to make a bad situation worse. 

New York law enforcement will have a dozen or more members of their civilian team follow me into the gym at any given time. I never mention a word about it to the staff at the gym. I never acknowledge any of the civilian lie and scam team members. I’m not naming the gym and they have no involvement in the harassment. 

The following are the methods New York law enforcement’s civilian hate team use to harass me at the gym:

  1. They wait for me by doors and cut me off constantly. Anytime there is an area with low visibility, they will wait there are then cut me off and try to make it seem like there was a close call of some sort. They are the biggest liars and yes, they are that petty and then some. 
  2. They have girls play made you look with me. They run in front of me and try to get me to look at them. I wouldn’t hook up with a woman if you paid me a million dollars after what the FBI and NYPD have put me through. Eventually, I might date again, but at this moment I would not even consider it. New York law enforcement has had teenage girls and women in their twenties and thirties throwing themselves at me for years trying to set me up. New York law enforcement sets up women too, this is just one scam they use to sabotage men. I suspect they have men who will date a woman to set her up and then have the guy tamper with her food and things of that nature. 
  3. I travel with about 30 or 40 disposable masks in a bag inside my backpack. I buy the masks inexpensively on the internet. I always wear a mask. Additionally, I give people the right of way and maintain the proper amount of space at all times. I’m confident New York law enforcement would like to make up a few lies that there is something else going on. 
  4. I never talk on the phone at the gym. I never socialize with anyone. I keep to myself at all times. I’m a friendly person although, with everything I’m going through with New York law enforcement torturing me, I believe it’s best to keep to myself at college, the gym, etc. 

If you’re a normal productive person this information might be difficult to digest. There are sworn members of law enforcement who are being directed to ruin innocent people’s lives for various reasons. They tamper with food at restaurants and supermarkets, and a lot worse. The United States government has employees who commit dozens or hundreds of felonies per day. My goal is to bring awareness to situations so we can try to improve the situation.