EightySix (Writer/Contributor)

EightySix is horrified to live in a town where the volume of black smoke pumped from the vertical pipes of your turbo-diesel truck equals bragging rights. He's going to change that. He is a journalist and dad. His wife and three kids can't breathe carbon monoxide and they won't fit in an econo-box city car. His antennae are continually perked for signs that real change is coming to real suburban garages. He urges the auto industry to produce affordable and useful vehicles for average people. He's encouraged by current progress and believes the future may finally be bright rather than smoggy. He is also a poet and fiction writer. The first green car he ever wrote about was a post-apocalyptic camel-drawn Jaguar E-Type convertible with a solar-powered moonshine still.