Accidently caught up in a New York City anti-globalization street demonstration, Charlie spends a day in jail. He winds up losing his South Jersey chamber of commerce job, his girl, and his business identity. The button down corporate world he once was a part of has kicked him soundly to the curb. With his professional identity lost, as a business world outcast and long standing personal relationships in tatters, he must find a new direction in life. An attempt at union organizing in Mississippi doesn't end up as Charlie plans. New meaning comes in the form joining and embracing the anti-establishment world of new found colleagues. Bullets, Sina, and Macy shepherd Charlie into their world and help him understand the oppressive economic and social systems everyday people have been blindly conditioned to accept. Planning demonstrations and protesting against questionable corporate practices brings him a fresh outlook on life. Join him in rollicking adventures as he becomes a thorn in the side of the established mainstream economic and social oligarchy. Returning to his humble New York City roots and using the big city street smarts of his Mom, he abandons any attempt to rejoin the stiff and restrictive corporate world. Newly trained in the savvy corporate subterfuge or his new business partners, he seeks love, fulfillment, and an outside the box answer to the dehumanizing world of high profile global capitalism. The harsh reality of challenging global business has consequences. After a street demonstration goes horribly wrong, Charlie is separated from his new love. Trying to rebound from seemingly insurmountable setbacks, he must use his intelligence and ingenuity to recapture what he has lost. Can he use his wits to find his lost love and beat the odds to find a fulfilling and tranquil life? Mail a Brick takes us down roads which will answer these questions.