Globalocity. Global velocity! Raymond just wants to go, to see the world, to have adventure, but he gets off to a bad start. Arrested, hand-cuffed, and thrown in jail, he wonders, "Why am I flagged as a security risk?"
It's hard to infiltrate government computers while backpacking in India, so what does one do? One searches for the meaning of life, of course. One flirts with girls. One asks one's hacker friend for help. It turns out that Raymond is not the security risk after all; it's Pops.
Raymond meets hustlers and historians, gurus and gorillas, beggars and businessmen. He learns about scientific certainty, sacred cows, and trained apes. He falls in love, twice. And he wonders, "Why did Pops lie? Was he trained by the CIA?"
Go to China, Africa, Israel, Brazil, and maybe Turkey some day.
Go around the world in 80 chapters.
Go with Raymond.
Follow the YIN to get going . . .