Email to the coworking place I belong to on December 25, 2022.


Greetings coworking,

I love coworking, it’s my favorite coworking in New York City.

I’m on the X floor of X location in Midtown West on December 25, 2022 at 5 PM.

I understand that not everyone is going to respect coworking like most of the members do.

Some people leave their belongings and garbage all over the place.

I would never say a word to anyone about it including your members and even staff at the locations.

I only mention it to corporate here.

Your customer service is stellar by the way 🙂

There are 3 booths on the X floor.

1 both has someone sitting there.

The other booth has had someones things on the table all day since this morning.

The final booth has a sweatshirt on it since this morning.

I moved the sweatshirt so I can sit down to a nearby counter that can easily be seen.

If a person comes back and says they are sitting at this booth I will gladly move.

I don’t feel comfortable ever touching anything that isn’t mine although the sweatshirt hasn’t moved for 7 or 8 hours so I think it will be OK.

There is also garbage on the floor by the elevator.

There is also someone’s phone next to the sink since this morning.

Another person left a note pad on another table hours ago and I placed it on the ledge next to the sweatshirt.

Please fill me in on any additional protocol because I want to follow the rules 1000 percent perfectly and be a positive addition to your community.

Specifially what is the policy if it’s after hours and someone hasn’t been seen for hours and has left their belongings and garbage for several hours in a common area that is blocking other members from sitting.

If you say don’t touch it, of course, I won’t move it.

I hope you have 1000 locations in New York City one day soon.

The coworking team, strategy, and software is amazing.

Please advise.

Thank you and have a great day.

Mark Pine

Email to my coworking place about a polite interaction with the cleaning staff in Midtown West on December 23, 2022.


Greetings coworking,

I love coworking.

Today is December 23, 2022. It’s about 8:40 PM.

I was on the fifth floor at X location in the kitchen area.

A member of your staff said they need to clean the floors. Specifically, mop the floor.

I politely and respectfully said, of course, I’ll move and went into a phone booth.

Usually, the phone booths say 30 minutes, this one says 1 hour.

In about 30 minutes or so, I’ll just go to another floor if the person is still cleaning.

I just wanted to let you know that I always treat your staff and facilities with the utmost respect at all times.

Your team does a stellar job running the places.

I always put my garbage and dirty cups in the designated areas.

I would never say anything to anyone, although I see a number of people make a mess and not clean up after themselves. That is why I go above and beyond to clean up after myself and make sure that I create the least amount of work possible for your excellent team.

I tell everyone I speak with that they should look into your coworking offerings.

I’m not concerned about referral fees; I just love the service you provide.

Thank you and have a great day.

Mark Pine

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

Email about NY law enforcement library scams to the Nassau County DA and Executive.



I’ve been studying at libraries in Nassau County. I’m going to predict
New York law enforcement’s next move/scam. They are going to have a member or multiple members of their civilian hate, lie, and scam team show up to the libraries and hang out.

Then they are going to come back and say “oh we are sick,”
we just wanted to let you know so they can have the place shut down.

Or they will say I was in a room with a NY law enforcement civilian hate team member who is sick or something like that.

People I know pay New York law enforcement to kill people and torture me so I know many of their scams.

Guaranteed 100%

Thank you and have a great day.

Ever upward,

Mark Pine

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.

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.

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


Greetings Gym,

As I always say, I love the gym.

I tell everyone I know that it’s amazing.

I wanted to include that I believe the 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 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 of the gym for years to come.

I would not jeopardize my relationship with the gym or anyone for that matter.

I’m never leaving New York, I’m going to be here forever. 

Thank you again for running a stellar gym in New York City. 

Have a great day. 

Ever upward,

Mark Pine