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College Life

I believe I’m going to be a millionaire before I graduate from CUNY.

The following is an email I sent to one of my professors about how much I love the class. The information I’m learning is inspiring the hell out of me in regards to business.

Disclaimers: As always, use this information at your own risk. Results are not guaranteed. All information is subject to change. Verify everything yourself.

Greetings Professor,

Before when I used to conduct business I was winging it because I had no education. I still earned hundreds of thousands of dollars throughout the decades and closed tens of millions of dollars in deals. To illustrate, I sold 3 homes that were more than $10 million in value. I sold a condo in Trump World Tower, a house in Remsenberg, and a few townhouses that were valued over ten million dollars all together.

Because of this class, I now understand who the “players” are in the city. Meaning the private companies, the government, community-based organizations, etc. I also understand how they operate and ultimately connect and meet in the middle.

I’m a New York State licensed real estate broker, I provide web marketing services, and I’m working on technology startups. This class has inspired me in a major way. I’m going to do my best, but regardless of what grade I earn, I needed this information. I suspect almost every major business person in the city knows the information contained in this class.

In my spare time, I’m contacting companies and organizations. I said to myself a few times with the information I’m learning at school I’m going to be a millionaire before I graduate. This class is making me more confident than ever that it’s going to happen.

I’ve provided web marketing for doctors who make $1 million per year. I closed a deal with Donald Trump at Trump World Tower while working at Douglas Elliman.

I’m currently homeless, although on a positive note: I don’t drink, don’t smoke, don’t party, no criminal record, and I treat everyone with the utmost respect at all times. It’s a long story and I’ll save it because its not appropriate.

In my spare time, I’m starting to contact thousands of companies and organizations. A huge part of it was inspired by this class. It’s only a matter of time before a door opens, I get a break, and I have a roof back over my head.

The next time I get moving in business I’m not going to stop because now I understand the blueprint of the city thanks to this class and CUNY.

Thank you and have a great day.

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

I love CUNY.

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College

Email to a professor about a timed exam.

Greetings Professor, 

I’m homeless. I use the internet in the subway, street, or I have a WiFi hotspot from my phone to my laptop. Sometimes the internet locks up. 

It’s not anything like being at home or at school. When it locks up, it slows down, and I’m knocked offline sometimes for 10 or 20 minutes easily. 

What should I do? The whole exam is 30 minutes. 

I have read all the chapters. I’m reading them again every day from now until the exam so it’s not a matter of preparation.

I’ve been homeless for 5 years, I’m used to it. It’s just the reality of the situation. Subway, street, and mobile hotspot WiFi occasionally freeze. I’ve been using all 3 every day for years. 

I’m not looking for an unfair advantage or to exploit my situation. With school being off-campus, being homeless becomes an issue every once in a while. 

Please advise with any feedback you deem appropriate. 

Thank you and have a great day.

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

I love CUNY.

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New York City

Email to my gym about people ripping the ties off the lockers.

Greetings Crunch Fitness,

As I always say, I love X gym. I tell everyone I know that it’s amazing. I wanted to include that I believe X gym and your staff at the locations are doing a phenomenal job under the circumstances. I can’t imagine how much goes into running each one of the gyms. 

I wanted to send a follow-up email regarding the lockers. Some of the members are definitely ripping off a few of the plastic ties from the lockers. It makes it difficult to know which lockers are for use and which aren’t. 

I simply wanted to go on the record that I’d never rip a tie off a locker. If I ever show up to any of your locations and all the lockers are full, I’ll just come back later or visit another location. 

I plan on being a member at X gym for years to come. I would not jeopardize my relationship with X gym or anyone for that matter. I’m never leaving New York, I’m going to be here forever. 

Thank you again for running the #1 gym in New York City. 

Have a great day. 

Ever upward,

Mark Pine