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Opinion: Email to a supermarket about the NYPD and their civilian team harassing me while I shop for food.

Greetings,

Rich people I know pay the top New York law enforcement and their civilian team to harass me 24/7. I just beat a multi-million dollar criminal case. 

I don’t drink. I don’t smoke. I don’t date. I don’t do anything illegal. Most importantly, I treat everyone with the utmost respect at all times. That is more important than anything. 

I have written to you once before about the NYPD and their civilian team harassing me in your supermarkets.

Around 2:30 PM this afternoon, a few members of the NYPD civilian lie and scam team (cointelpro workers) followed me into one of your locations. 

When I walked up to the check-out line one of your staff was blocking me from walking to the cash registers. He said go, I said I’ll wait until you move, I don’t think we are supposed to be on top of each other. I’m very patient, I can wait. 

Then after he moved I walked up to the register. Within seconds of walking up to the cash register, a female customer shoved her arm in my face. I didn’t say a word. I’m used to the NYPD and their civilian lie and scam team harassing me. 

After I paid, the same member of your staff was again blocking me from walking out of the store. I patiently waited and he eventually moved. I didn’t say a word to him. 

As I was walking out, a woman blocked me. This woman was one hundred percent a member of the NYPD civilian lie and scam team. After a few minutes, I very politely and respectfully said, I’m waiting for you to walk out. 

The female member of the NYPD civilian lie and scam team started acting like she was under attack. Basically, the same exact way the teenage girls act that the NYPD has crash into me a few times per day. 

It gets better. 

The NYPD’s budget is in the billions of dollars. They aren’t cheap in regards to running scams. 

A male member of the NYPD civilian lie and scam team walks around me and starts consoling the woman as if she just got hit by a car. At this point, anyone watching the security videos could easily see what’s going on. 

I always treat everyone respectfully regardless of how many scams they run on me. The NYPD and their civilian scam team are harassing me as I write this. 

I will continue to treat your staff and customers with the utmost respect, regardless of how they act while I’m minding my own business, and shopping for food at your stellar supermarket that I love. 

Thank you and have a great day. 

Ever upward,

Mark Pine 

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I would like to conduct a study that would give 1,000 New York City restaurant and supermarket staff a lie detector test. I’d ask if New York law enforcement ever ordered them to tamper with someone’s food.

I have to work out the details. I suspect that New York law enforcement has asked a percentage of New York City restaurant staff to tamper with people’s food. I want to know how many. I’m not naming restaurants in this blog post. 

The way I imagine the study working is I advertise that I’m paying X amount of dollars to give lie detector tests to individuals who have worked in restaurants or supermarkets in New York City for X amount of time. The pay has to be a decent amount of money. I’m not sure how long it would take to conduct each lie detector test plus transportation distance. I imagine the whole thing will consume about half a day for each restaurant and supermarket employee. 

If I offered a generous amount of money for half a day’s work and no one showed up that would say a lot. If the money is good enough to entice restaurant and supermarket staff to try to beat the lie detector test, then that is up to the person in charge of the lie detector to figure out. Or maybe they don’t have to beat it and law enforcement isn’t asking people to tamper with the customer’s food in restaurants and supermarkets. 

I think it might be best to have a few lie detector test operators just to be safe so that New York law enforcement doesn’t try to manipulate them. If it turns out that New York law enforcement is asking a percentage of restaurant and supermarket staff to tamper with people’s food, hopefully, it will bring awareness to the situation and we can try to figure out how to stop it. I’m not naming names of restaurants because I don’t want to be sued. Hopefully, no New York City restaurants and supermarkets are tampering with people’s food.

This is going to be an expensive study. I am going to need attorneys to make sure I limit my liability. Of course lie detector operators. Money to pay the restaurant and supermarket staff. Plus any other additional expenses I might not be thinking of. If anyone has the money to burn and wants to expose New York law enforcement, take the idea and do it yourself or contact me. 

Disclaimers: Use this information at your own risk. Results are not guaranteed. All information is subject to change. Verify everything yourself. I’m a civilian and I don’t work for the government. I’m not a doctor. I’m not an attorney. This is for entertainment purposes only. This is not an investment opportunity. 

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Life

I am done with the vending machines at school.

At 43 years young, I’ve decided to cut all the unnecessary snacking out of my life. I’m not eating any more candy. No more potato chips. I’m not wasting money eating anything unless it’s healthy. At this phase I have no idea what is really healthy or not, I’m at least going to try and figure it out. So far today I have eaten bananas, apples, orange, red pepper, and sunflower seeds. All I’m drinking is water. I’m trying to avoid sugar and salt as much as possible, if not altogether. I was never out of control with unhealthy foods. Still, I’ve decided it’s time to quit them all cold turkey.

I’m not an expert on diet even though I am working on a food startup. Eventually, I’ll become an expert or close to it. Currently, I’m a beginner. I watched a few videos on YouTube about nutrition, losing weight, farms, and things like that. It was an eye-opener. There were a few things I was eating that I cut out immediately. The videos gave me several ideas in total about how to improve my eating habits. If you have questions about your eating habits talk with a doctor.