Chief Earth Officer Nelson controls a blue town where the influxes of ignorant pig people into unearned positions of honor have taken over every field of research. If people go off the blue grass they are exposure to a virus that causes them to mutate into Dinkies and be condemned to a life as agricultural slaves.
It wasn’t always like this. For years pig people were given clean water. They poisoned it. They were given clean air. They pumped it full of toxic things no one knew they were breathing. They were given free energy. They devastated the land they took it from. Sludge, the belligerent Dinky has seen the three-headed frogs. He knows pig people can not be trusted. Given a chance, they’ll turn the whole world into one gigantic three-headed hog pen. The news media is of no help. Reporters with cam fingers make up questions about things that haven’t happened yet. They’re trained to report what the Chief Earth Officer wants. If they don’t report what he wants, they get a finger chopped off until they do. But something as simple as squirt guns may change this.
While McQueen sits in an OvalCar, the sound of Daniel’s voice brings back memories of the songbird’s lyrical twittering on his father’s farm. It takes his heart back to a better time. Danielle struggles with the strap and pushes against his body with hers. He feels her semi-soft body against his and the smell of her hair draws him to her. A strange yearning cries from his heart. It is new to him. They are face-to-face. His eyes fixate on hers. Danielle is different. No other woman has ever made McQueen feel like this. It is like he’d known her all his life. He wants to ask her out, but he is a failure. He can’t even hint that he cares about her.
Stay On the Blue Grass, may torment the subconscious craters of the reader's mind. When the real three-headed Augur and his rat-tailed pigmy assistant arrive in an OvalCar, Augur brings a new awareness of the delicate state of the earth. McQueen must make a new decision. If he makes the right choice, mankind will live with the earth. A wrong choice means the earth will live without mankind.