Email to my coworking place on November 28, 2022.


Greetings Coworking,

I love coworking. It’s the best coworking on earth.

I was in the kitchen on November 28, 2022. 5:15 PM.

A man walked into the kitchen and tried to crash into me for some reason. I’m unsure why.

I just stopped walking and let the person walk by me.

I didn’t say a word.

Thankfully there were security cameras right there if necessary.

I have no idea who the person is or what he looks like.

If someone at the coworking pours a can of paint on my head and throws my laptop in the garbage, I will say thank you and walk away.

No matter how great of a service you provide, there are always people who will disrespect the place; it’s not your fault.

For example, people that come to the coworking and make a mess, leave cups and garbage all over the place, sleep here, camp out in the phone booths for hours, etc.

If I see anything blatant, I’ll report it here.

I keep to myself. I do my networking on the web, not at the coworking.

I treat everyone at the coworking, staff, door people, members, etc., with the utmost respect. However, I’m not looking to make contacts from the coworking, and I’m not looking for dates at the coworking.

There are plenty of places to meet people in New York City.

I like to have places like your provide to work.

I would never put myself in a position for there to be a misunderstanding with someone that would jeopardize my good standing at the coworking.

No one needs to contact me about this; it’s no big deal.

I just like to report what’s happening because there are always people looking for trouble, and I’m not one of them.

I always treat your staff, door people, facilities, etc., with the absolute utmost respect at all times.

There is nothing that even comes close to your coworking in New York City.

When/if I start making money, I’m going to lease space here.

I hope you take over millions of additional buildings because your company is amazing.

Thank you and have a great day.

Warmest Regards,

Mark Pine

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Mark Pine

New York City startups, web marketing, and Baruch College journalism major. 917-815-5415