The Nybro Action Team consists of Hjalmar Sveinbjőrnsson and Alex Bejerstrand, two under-employed roommates living in Nybro, a small industrial town in southern Sweden. Hjalmar is a chef; Alex takes woodworking courses. They offered to visit the James Bond Museum in their city and send us a dispatch, which we gladly accepted. We have lightly edited their post for grammar and punctuation.
You have accomplished the first hours of a new day, you made it to work and your already slacking off on Gawker, getting your fill of someone else life.
Your life is spent on the security of housing, bills and taxes being paid and hopefully one day you will have off-springs that follows into your footsteps, your fathers foot steps and his father’s father foot step, etc. You are a normal stable person, living your life like everyone else, yearning, earning and slowly dying.
If your about to gather momentum to propel your body through the nearest window, plummeting to your meaningless death, STOP NOW, my writing is not that powerful.
Like always I am just building a frame that I will stretch the canvas over, then paint you a picture of a man that wanted something more than a career safety-tested by previous generations; lawyers, doctors, clerks, accounted, librarian, policemen, teacher, construction, mechanic and other third grade textbook examples of what being a grown-up is all about.
Bond, Gunnar James Bond Schäfer tore that textbook in half, threw one part out the window and kept the other, because you need money to make your dreams a reality.
Bond, Gunnar Bond was born in a small beautiful seaside town of Västervik in Sweden in 1957 to Inga Charlotta and Johannes Schäfer. His father was a German soldier that moved to Sweden shortly after the end of World War 2, Gunnar is youngest of three, Bertil (1951) and Heinz (1955).