LuckyNumber85 (You can call him: Lucky, Number, 85, or simply Hey, you. Yeah you) is just trying to get by. Willing to start at the bottom and work his way up for the American dream. Raised in Missouri by a humble farm family Lucky is no stranger to hard work and no worker to hard strange. Loyal to a fault to those who treat him fairly he'll stick with the job until it's done.
Right now just content to be just another worker cog in the machine, someday he does hope to own his own business. And from there? The sky's the limit.
- Lucky's first job as a fresh-faced eWorker was as a simple grain farmer with company Native Gold. While he was used to the long hours and hard work of farm life, the low pay wasn't allowing him to live the American Dream.
- He quickly parlayed his experience into a higher paying job at company Beat Wood (formerly American Lumber). Yes, he's a lumberjack and he's ok.
- During the Great World War of July 2009 Lucky chose to become an iron miner to make ends meet after the Lumber company in Tennessee shut down production to avoid aiding the enemy while under their control. Lucky hoped to get back to Lumberjacking once the PEACE threat has been pushed back.
When he's not showing trees the business end of his axe, Lucky relaxes by publishing one of the eWorld's least popular newspapers,. With a distinctly Missouri point of view, Missouri Route 85 delivers entertainment first, facts a distant second, with relevancy & notability in a heat for dead last. This newspaper is a journalistic innovator using the patented "Who, What, When, Where & Why" format of reporting and interviewing. In addition, the editor is lazy and as such is always welcome to suggestions for articles or interviews from the small but loyal reading public.