Hobo Space Commander: Act II

by Bjorn Borg Collective

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released February 25, 2016

All assimilations co-ordinated by Flowcutus, Earl Of Manwich and Hobo Space Commander.

Co-assimilators by audio document:
2. Melissa Boraski
3. Matt Charters
4. Milosz Sikora
5. Jeff Woods
6: Tyson Brinacombe
8: Katie Iarocci, Rob Porteous
9: Andrea Smirle
10: Julia Gogoleva, Andrea Smirle, Todd Turnbull
11: Mike Bond, Joe Lapinski
12: Frank Seglenieks

Collective photographic documentation: Owen Cherry
Director of visual artistic assimilation and propaganda: Mike Bond

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wood rackets vs. futuristic alloys.
long-haired individualism vs. bald collectivism.
heroic performance vs. computable models.
fuzzy bouncy balls vs. metallic cubes of destruction.
innovative technique vs. assimilated technology.
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Track Name: ACT II: Hobo Space Agency
You just gotta sit on your ass.
Track Name: Moonlight Sinata
Left her gun by the oak tree, darling
In the pale blue light of the gloaming, darling
The pale blue light of Mercury
Track Name: Triple Helix
Away Awake
Track Name: Street Truthiness
News on the hour
Political talking points
Top 40 radio
Social network memes
Brand Loyalty
Debt payments
Political party affiliation
Institutionalized learning facilities
Track Name: Big Brother Sky
When I try to sleep
I feel their mind control
Protect Yr Brain
Track Name: Technolojesus
I'll assimilate the shit
Out of every last
Mother-loving
One of you
Track Name: Night Truckin'
All she says is "Ooooh" and "Yeah"
Track Name: Party God
Shake that caboosey
Track Name: GalaxyWolf
Around these concrete buildings
Track Name: Monolith Bodysurfer
We are time travelers.

We travel through time and witness its constant state of change.
As we hurl along its axis,
We perceive our passing existence
Much as a passenger in a vehicle perceives changing scenery...
Hurling forward from now to now (now now now now…)
Unable, or unwilling?, to change our course

And yet
We have only learned to look backwards
Through the rear window we call memory...
Watching as points further in our past fade
And eventually disappear
Over the horizon of our mind

But if the road ahead is there
Then has the future already happened?
Or is “happened” a word that is in fact irrelevant.
Is the future simply “there” waiting for our arrival?

Is our arrival at the future even inevitable?
Must we obey the one way signs on the road we call
The passage of time?
Are we drops of water in a tsunami being propelled forward to the shore of our own demise
Or can we change our course?
Could it be that we are on different courses
Intersecting at this point we call “now”
As we pass on our own journeys through the space-time continuum?


Monolith bodysurfer
Evolving, revolving
On the outside of the elastic band holding the universal fabric of time