For me, treating Baruch College staff, professors, and students respectfully is more important than anything.
The majority of Baruch College staff and professors are stellar.
I’ve navigated some interesting situations at Baruch College and LaGuardia Community College.
The key to my success at Baruch College was and is always to treat all Baruch College staff, professors, and students politely and respectfully.
Regardless of how badly I’m ever treated on occasion at Baruch College, I always treat all Baruch College staff, professors, and students with the utmost respect at all times.
I’m looking at the big picture.
No matter what.
For example, Baruch College students crash into me, shove their phones in my face, harass me in the bathroom, and much more.
I’m sure most Baruch College students are great.
There are a number of Baruch College students harassing other students.
There was graffiti in the 6-floor vertical building bathroom today.
The same thing goes for Baruch College staff and professors.
I just act politely and respectfully and move away when allowed.
If something is very obvious and I see a security camera nearby, I’ll polietly and respectfully alert Baruch College security via email.
One time I reported a Baruch College student, and I don’t remember hearing anything further about it.
I’ve reported students for harassing me at BMCC and LaGuardia too, and I never heard anything further about it.
I understand that people are busy and they have to prioritize issues.
I’ve had a small number of Baruch College staff and professor treat me negatively.
Security guards trying to crash into me in the lobby of the library building for some reason.
I documented the time and date somewhere if you want to look at the security video.
I moved out of the way.
It’s no big deal.
A lot of people, not me, play that crash-into-people game in Manhattan.
It’s nothing new.
I always treat all security guards with the utmost respect at all times, regardless of how they treat me.
Apart from that one incident, they are all very nice.
Anytime I speak with a Baruch College security guard, on the rare occasion, I audio record the polite and respectful conversation with my phone to be safe.
I navigated the situations professionally, politely, and respectfully.
I’ve dealt with much worse than any abuse I’ve received at Baruch College, so I’m used to it.
I’m optimistic and in good spirits, as always.
I’ve proven myself to be a serious, polite, and respectful student at Baruch College, and I’m continuing on the same path.
I have a 3.8 GPA with approximately 8 classes to go.
Regardless if I graduate with a 3.8 or a 2.0, the important thing is that I will continue to treat everyone at Baruch College with the utmost respect at all times, and I’ll graduate.
I’ll respectfully report things occasionally to cover myself.
I’m going to utilize the Baruch College opportunity to elevate my life.
I started a little business while I’m here called Mark Pine Opinion.
I’m working on additional entrepreneurial ventures in my spare time.
I’m giving my little side entrepreneurial ventures my all and trying to turn them into money, so I have a career before graduation.
Of course, schoolwork is the number one priority.
I’m studying for Spanish every day, and the class doesn’t start for 3 weeks.
I wanted to mention something regarding documenting my polite and respectful behavior at Baruch College.
My polite and respectful behavior and treating people respectfully is the most important thing at Baruch College.
I’m always concerned about Baruch College students or others making up lies about my polite and respectful behavior because of how many times I’ve been harassed at Baruch College by people I don’t know.
Baruch College is very valuable to me.
I’m guessing the Baruch College students that are harassing me are trying to get me in trouble with the school.
Why else would they be harassing me?
The same thing used to happen at the public assistance job program.
There were people trying to pick fights with people to get them kicked out.
Most of the individuals at Baruch College are here to help each other and elevate their lives.
As is life, when there are tens of thousands of people in one organization, there are always going to be some looking to start trouble.
That’s nothing new.
It’s nothing I haven’t dealt with for decades.
I’m almost 47.
I don’t drink.
I don’t smoke.
I don’t party.
I don’t date.
I don’t have a criminal record.
I don’t do anything illegal.
That’s how I choose to live my life.
I’ve had many Baruch College students harass me in classes, inside the buildings, in the bathrooms, and off campus.
I have no idea who the students are, and even if I did, the best thing to do to someone harassing me is to be polite or ignore them.
I ignore anyone at Baruch College that is harassing me or act professionally or politely if it’s a situation I have to endure.
Life isn’t perfect.
I make the best of all situations.
I’ve had Baruch College students verbally attack me during mandatory in-class student groups.
I just take the abuse and act politely.
One time I sat down in a student group with 4 Baruch College students and me.
Within a minute of sitting down, the 4 Baruch College students started verbally attacking me.
I never spoke with any of the Baruch College students in the group before in my life.
I don’t know their identities.
Of course, it bounced right off me.
I’ve been physically attacked and robbed outside of Baruch College.
Words bounce off me.
I keep my cool when I’m physically attacked and robbed.
I’m used to it.
I don’t like it, although it’s nothing new.
I have so many police reports for being robbed in Manhattan from the NYPD I lost count.
My phone was stolen 3 times last semester.
I was robbed in Manhattan approximately 4 or 5 times last semester, Spring 2023.
I just get back up and keep trying to elevate my life.
Another time I was in a mandatory student pair with one Baruch College student.
The Baruch College student was verbally attacking me as usual.
At one point, the Baruch College student told me not to go to the bathroom so the student could continue verbally attacking me.
I went to the bathroom and acted politely and respectfully.
It seemed like the person was trying to pick a fight or start an argument with me.
My focus is treating people politely and respectfully, plus my career.
I have a few new strategies to document my polite and respectful Baruch College behavior that I wanted to mention that I’m excited about for Fall 2023 and beyond.
I purchased new laptops on the web with my student loans for a great price before the cost went up.
Now I have a little more ability to do more on the web.
I use 2 types of software to record my polite and respectful behavior at Baruch College.
I’m using them now.
They are called screencast and loom.com.
Anytime I’m at Baruch College, without exception, I alternate back and forth from screencast to loom.com
I may add a 3rd software into the mix now that I’m thinking about it.
Screencast and loom.com are recording my face at all times from my laptop camera.
Screencast and loom.com also record my laptop screen at all times.
I stop and start both screencast and loom.com every 10 to 20 minutes.
Therefore even if I lose a video clip, I have hours of polite and respectful behavior videos from every day at Baruch College showing that I’m acting professionally, respectfully, and politely at all times.
Screencast and loom.com can also record audio.
I’m not going to use screencast and loom.com to record audio at Baruch College.
I will only record video of myself and my laptop screen.
I hope that’s enough evidence to prove that I’m polite and respectful at all times at Baruch College.
I also create tons of little selfie videos of myself for social media that I’m constantly posting on the web.
Of course, when I create selfie videos, it’s just me.
There are no Baruch College students in the videos.
I could spend hours working on this email, although I’m going to stop now.
The most important things at Baruch College:
1. Treat all Baruch College staff, professors, and students with the utmost respect at all times, no matter what.
2. Never cheat.
I would never use Artificial Intelligence to cheat.
I’m not an expert in AI, although I think students are going to be getting kicked out of schools a lot trying to use AI work as their own.
This email is over 1,000 words.
I don’t need AI to write or cheat.
3. Plagiarism of any kind is an immediate disaster.
Don’t need it.
Would never do it.
It can be easily detected.
4. Dating is one of the quickest ways to get kicked out of college.
I wouldn’t date anyone at Baruch College if someone offered me $10,000,000 for one date upfront in my bank account.
There are millions of people in Manhattan.
I’m not dating anyone.
If I were, it would be someone not connected to Baruch College that can go to Title 9 and get me kicked out of school in the blink of an eye.
2. They record me with their phones when I’m minding my own business not bothering anyone.
3. They crash into me.
4. They have young women play made you look with me.
For example, a woman will slam or drop something.
When I go to look what’s going on, it’s a teenage woman that runs scams for law enforcement bent over wearing workout clothes with people recording me looking.
Then the same woman will crash into me and shove her phone in my face at 5 different locations around New York City.
5. They blow drug smoke in my face.
6. They rob me.
7. They vandalize my property.
8. They sabotage my food.
9. They run around and drive around in the street when I’m walking and riding a bicycle, trying to cause accidents.
10. Much more.
NYPD Internal Affairs knows, and they can care less.
I contacted groups that are supposed to be the oversight for the FBI, and no one responded.
I contacted the Department of Justice, and no one responded.
People I know have been paying law enforcement to run scams since the 1990s.
I’m going on the record right now.
Law enforcement is spending millions of dollars to try and get me kicked out of every place I go.
Law enforcement has their plain clothes civilian lie and scam team harass me inside and outside of Baruch College, the gym, supermarkets, the subway, stories, etc.
I always ignore them.
Law enforcement has people harass me in the gym’s locker room constantly.
I ignore them.
If you say one word to New York City law enforcement’s plain clothes civilian lie and scam team, you will be either arrested or kicked out of every place you go.
The NYPD will side against you regardless of what the evidence is in front of them.
I’m not a lawyer.
Use this information at your own risk.
If you have any emergency, call 911.
I’m just a blogger.
This is all my opinion.
If any member of New York City law enforcement’s plain clothes civilian lie and scam team approaches me at Baruch College, the gym, etc., and says they recognize me from somewhere and have a problem with me, want to be friends with me, etc., I’m ignoring the person and walking away.
I don’t care if someone pours a can of paint on my head and curses me out.
I’m walking away.
If someone turned over their life to the negative energy in the universe, and that’s how they survive, I say have fun.
That’s their punishment.
In my opinion, the worst thing you can do to New York City law enforcement’s plain clothes civilian lie and scam team is ignore them.
The lie and scam team is being paid to start arguments with people.
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