Email to my coworking place on November 28, 2022.

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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

Opinion: Email to the Queens Public Library on August 7, 2022.

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Opinion: I’m about to sue The City University of New York again. July 26, 2022.

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I always treat all staff, professors, and students at Baruch College with the utmost respect at all times.

I never mention a word about the lawsuit to anyone at Baruch College.

There is no animosity attached to the lawsuit.

In my opinion, people I know pay New York City law enforcement to harass and sabotage me.

New York City goes behind the scenes at Baruch College and many other places and sabotages me. That’s why I’m suing.

I’m not an attorney. I’m representing myself. I plan on filing the lawsuit on my 46th birthday. August 15, 2022.

I would never do anything to jeopardize my great standing at Baruch College. I’m on the Dean’s List right now.

I’m utilizing the courts to present my case to a judge and have her or him decide if my claims have merit.

Baruch College has done a lot to help me. For example, in one month I’m about to receive about $5,000 in my bank account to pay my bills for the year.

The money is from student loans. The only reason I’m receiving the funds is because I’m a student at Baruch College.

Do you know how much money $5,000 is to a person that is living in the street homeless?

It’s a lot.

I’m on public assistance or welfare. I receive about $600 per month to live on.

I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. I don’t have a criminal record.

In my opinion, people I know paid New York City law enforcement to sabotage my web marketing clients and now I’m homeless.

I have places to shower. I have a storage room to keep my belongings. I have clean clothes. I don’t think I look homeless. Albeit, I live in the streets.

The money from the welfare office keeps me alive.

The money from student loans allows me to have a laptop, phone, warm clothes, and more.

I would never jeopardize that.

In my spare time I’m trying to find new web marketing clients and launch startups.

Thanks to the skills I’ve learned at Baruch College I believe I’ll be rich and famous.

New York City law enforcement pays Baruch College students to try and pick fights with me and I ignore them.

I don’t care what anyone does to me at Baruch College, you will never hear a negative word out of me there.

I sued Baruch College once before and I lost. This is going to be the second lawsuit.

I have learned a lot at Baruch College. I love Baruch College.

The reason I’m suing is there are a few things that I have questions about that I only believe can be answered with the involvement of the New York Court of Claims.

This way I don’t have to directly ask anyone that works at Baruch College. I can pose my questions to the court and Baruch College attorneys. The answers will be part of the court record.

If someone at Baruch College tries to sabotage me on the request of New York City law enforcement I don’t take it personal. I’m not upset with them.

In my view, New York City law enforcement can have anyone at Baruch College fired.

I would like to publicly thank everyone at the Bursar’s office, Financial Aid office, CUNY Edge, Dean’s Office, and all the professors. They are doing a great job

My lawsuit against Bruch College has nothing to do with the staff. The staff treats me like gold.

This lawsuit is about New York City law enforcement threatening people behind the scenes like they always do to sabotage me.

If you are thinking about college I recommend starting at a CUNY community college. They are awesome.

Again, I always treat everyone at Baruch College with the utmost respect at all times. I highly recommend Baruch College, LaGuardia Community College, and The City University of New York.

Email to CUNY Edge at Baruch College. July 21, 2022.

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This is an example of how to treat people respectfully at all times. I wanted to share this email with the world to inspire additional respectful emails between humans.

Greetings CUNY Edge,

July 27, 2022 at 10 AM is good for me if that is acceptable. 

A few quick things. 

I dropped a class during summer 1 as I mentioned. Because I didn’t finish the class, the payment for the class became my responsibility. 

Unfortunately and thankfully, I had been in the emergency room of the hospital twice during the class so I was excused from having to pay for the class which is awesome. That was very generous of Baruch College and The City University of New York. 

Another great thing. I have been receiving my MetroCard money even though I’m not in school and I’m not working. Last summer because I wasn’t working for RF CUNY and I wasn’t taking classes my MetroCard money was cut. Needless to say, I’m not complaining. 

I sent an email to RF CUNY and the Baruch College Dean about the RF CUNY fellowship program. 

This is it: 

Greetings RF CUNY, 

CUNY Edge is as helpful as humanly possible.      

CUNY Edge could not make keeping up with my Human Resources Administration documentation any easier. 

I always treat everyone at CUNY Edge with the utmost respect at all times as I treat everyone that is connected with CUNY and Baruch College. 

I’m 45 years old. I understand that life isn’t perfect. I just want to quickly bring something to your attention. 

All the Baruch College students that are on public assistance are assigned hours by HRA to work for the RF CUNY fellowship program. The amount of hours can be anywhere from 0 hours per week to I suspect 20 or 30 hours per week. 

As I stated CUNY Edge is as helpful and as great a resource as humanly possible. CUNY Edge is as great as it gets. This has nothing to do with CUNY Edge. CUNY Edge is just the messenger. 

I don’t take it for granted how easy CUNY Edge makes it for students like myself on public assistance. 

I have a suspicion that a number of colleges might be a lot more work and not as quick turnaround time for students on public assistance to submit their documentation to HRA. 

I’m experienced enough to know that I have no idea who makes the policy for the RF CUNY fellowship program at Baruch College and CUNY. 

Even if I did know I still treat everyone at CUNY, Baruch College, RF CUNY, etc., with the utmost respect at all times. That is regardless if I get my way or not. 

Here is the situation. 

I was notified by CUNY Edge that some public assistance students are able to get RF CUNY fellowship program hours and others are not. 

RF CUNY pays about $15 per hour if I’m correct. For someone like myself on public assistance that is a lot of money. 

Plus working for the RF CUNY fellowship program doesn’t throw my HRA case into a tailspin like any other job would. 

I could be 100% wrong and if I am I apologize for this note. 

I suspect that there are students at Baruch College working 10, 20, and maybe more hours per week at Baruch College for the RF CUNY fellowship program. 

Simultaneously, there are students such as myself that are designated by HRA to work 5 to 20 or more hours per week that are getting 0 hours from the Baruch College RF CUNY fellowship program. 

In my humble opinion, I think it would be more fair if the hours were split up so that everyone receives some hours. 

The last 4 semesters Fall 2021, Spring 2022, Summer 1, Summer 2, I’ve received 0 hours and I was assigned hours from HRA every semester. 

I understand that I am not president of the universe. I’m not the CEO of RF CUNY. I’m not the Chancellor of CUNY. I’m not the Mayor of New York City.  

If no one agrees with me it’s OK. Life goes on. I just want to bring this situation to your attention. 

If you have any advice regarding this situation it would be appreciated. 

Also, before I started CUNY I didn’t have a laptop. I didn’t have anything so I never forget how thankful I am for CUNY. I’m sitting in Central Park typing this message on a laptop that was given to me by Baruch College / CUNY. To not appreciate that would be insanity.

Please advise. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Mark Pine 

I wasn’t going to mention the email to you but I thought since we were in communication about next week’s meeting, I thought to include the message in this note. 

Clearly, I made sure to include how helpful CUNY Edge is. 

The City University is all about inclusion so I just wanted to remind whomever is incharge that there are students being excluded. 

Last but not least I’m working diligently to get off public assistance. I can’t say when it’s going to happen but in my spare time I’m using the tools (laptop, phone), and knowledge that I’ve accumulated from Baruch College and The City University of New York to try and elevate my situation. I have a feeling that my big break is around the corner. 

Thank you and have a great day.

Mark Pine

Opinion: Email to Baruch College about RF CUNY. July 14, 2022.

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Greetings Baruch College,

First and foremost, you and your team are doing an amazing job running Baruch College. I love Baruch College. Especially for a street homeless person such as myself, it’s great to be part of the CUNY community.

Baruch College / The City University of New York is the best opportunity ever. That goes 10X for me.

Additionally, CUNY Edge is as helpful as humanly possible.

CUNY Edge could not make keeping up with my Human Resources Administration documentation any easier.

I always treat everyone at CUNY Edge with the utmost respect at all times as I treat everyone that is connected with CUNY and Baruch College.

I’m 45 years old. I understand that life isn’t perfect. I just want to quickly bring something to your attention.

All the Baruch College students that are on public assistance are assigned hours by HRA to work for the RF CUNY fellowship program. The amount of hours can be anywhere from 0 hours per week to I suspect 20 or 30 hours per week.

As I stated CUNY Edge is as helpful and as great a resource as humanly possible. CUNY Edge is as great as it gets. This has nothing to do with CUNY Edge. CUNY Edge is just the messenger.

I don’t take it for granted how easy CUNY Edge makes it for students like myself on public assistance.

I have a suspicion that a number of colleges might be a lot more work and not as quick turnaround time for students on public assistance to submit their documentation to HRA.

I’m experienced enough to know that I have no idea who makes the policy for the RF CUNY fellowship program at Baruch College and CUNY.

Even if I did know I still treat everyone at CUNY, Baruch College, RF CUNY, etc., with the utmost respect at all times. That is regardless if I get my way or not.

Here is the situation.

I was notified by CUNY Edge that some public assistance students are able to get RF CUNY fellowship program hours and others are not.

RF CUNY pays about $15 per hour if I’m correct. For someone like myself on welfare that is a lot of money.

Plus working for the RF CUNY fellowship program doesn’t throw my HRA case into a tailspin like any other job would.

I could be 100% wrong and if I am I apologize for this note.

I suspect that there are students at Baruch College working 10, 20, and maybe more hours per week at Baruch College for the RF CUNY fellowship program.

Simultaneously, there are students such as myself that are designated by HRA to work 5 to 20 or more hours per week that are getting 0 hours from the Baruch College RF CUNY fellowship program.

In my humble opinion, I think it would be more fair if the hours were split up so that everyone receives some hours.

The last 4 semesters Fall 2021, Spring 2022, Summer 1, Summer 2, I’ve received 0 hours and I was assigned hours from HRA every semester.

I understand that I am not president of the universe. I’m not the CEO of RF CUNY. I’m not the Chancellor of CUNY. I’m not the Mayor of New York City.

I would like to be the Mayor of New York City one day. If I become mayor I promise to raise the budget to CUNY maybe double or triple it.

I have an idea for a few additional two year schools that would be awesome. I’ll send you that note later.

If no one agrees with me it’s OK. Life goes on. I just want to bring this situation to your attention.

If you are too busy to respond it’s no big deal. If you have any advice regarding this situation it would be appreciated.

Also, before I started CUNY I didn’t have a laptop. I didn’t have anything so I never forget how thankful I am for CUNY. I’m sitting in Central Park typing this message on a laptop that was given to my by Baruch College / CUNY. To not appreciate that would be insanity.

Thank you again for the amazing opportunity that is Baruch College.

Have a great day.

Mark Pine

Opinion: Email to the New York City welfare office (HRA) on July 11, 2022.

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Greetings HRA, 

First and foremost thank you for all the help. 

I am a full time Baruch College student that has been living in the street homeless for the past five years. 

I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t party. I don’t have a criminal record. 

I always treat all the HRA staff and security guards with the absolute utmost respect at all times. Most of the welfare recipients are respectful with the HRA staff like myself but it’s still a demanding job for the HRA team and they are appreciated. 

I’m not taking any classes this summer at Baruch College.

I was signed up for two classes and I dropped them both. 

I dropped one summer class at Baruch College on June 13, 2022. I dropped the second Baruch College summer class a week or two later. 

Fall 2022 I’m signed up for a full time schedule at Baruch College. That starts on August 25, 2022. 

In the meantime I did all the preparation to work for RF CUNY at Baruch College although I don’t believe there are any job openings. 

I went on a RF CUNY interview for the library and they said they had a large number of applicants for the position so they couldn’t hire me. 

When I was at LaGuardia Community College before Baruch College I was able to obtain a job with RF CUNY very easily. I assume that’s because it’s a much smaller school. 

At first I didn’t realize how competitive RF CUNY is at Baruch College so I was asking for the library. Now that I realize I might not be able to land a RF CUNY job at all I notified the CUNY Edge office I’ll take a job in any department. 

The reason for this note is that classes don’t start again until August 25, 2022.

Due to the fact that there are no openings at RF CUNY I’m unable to find a job so I’m not working. 

I’m still receiving the MetroCard money every week. If I’m not supposed to be receiving the MetroCard money I just wanted to point it out because I don’t want anything that isn’t mine. I always follow the HRA rules exactly as they are required. 

I just recertified my public assistance case so I’m set until June 2023. I just don’t believe I’m supposed to receive the MetroCard money if I’m not working for RF CUNY and I’m off from school. That was my experience last summer. 

Please advise. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Mark Pine

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Email to HRA about my welfare case on July 6, 2022.

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Greetings HRA,

First and foremost, thank you very much for all the help and information. 

I believe there might be a ;mistake with my Access HRA account. 

Last month my SNAP account or food stamps were added to my account on June 10, 2022. 

Today is July 6, 2022 and I’m not seeing any future payments on my account. 

Usually by now my Access HRA account would show when the next future payment. 

My next recertification is for June 2023. 

I’m a full time student at Baruch College. 

My classes start back up on August 25, 2022. 

In the meantime, I’m waiting for my next interview for RF CUNY. 

Can someone please look into my account and see why there are no future payments showing? 

Thank you and have a great day.

Mark Pine

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Opinion: Email to my gym on July 3, 2022 at 7:45 PM.

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Greetings X Gym,

I wanted to say thank you for providing the absolute best gyms in New York City hands down. 

The staff is as great as it gets. Everyone is friendly and the locations are spotless. 

I have belonged to other gyms in Manhattan and they were filthy and the equipment is outdated. 

I’m sure there are a few other nice gyms in Manhattan although I don’t believe there are any gyms that offer nearly the amount of value, locations, and services provided by X Gym. 

I have left five star ratings on several of the X Gym locations in Google Maps. 

I see that most of the reviews are positive. When I see someone leave a negative review for a X Gym, I say to myself what are they comparing it with? I’ve belonged to three other gyms in Manhattan and none of them compare with X Gym. 

Thank you again for the stellar service you provide. X Gym is as good as it gets. There is not one thing I can think of that you could be doing better. 

Have a great day. 

Mark Pine