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What Goes On in Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff

The novel, Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff, was officially released in 2016 as an audiobook where Penn narrated as Pappy Pariah. The book features a lot of this about the current US president. The book primarily focuses on the Republican National Convention and a chaotic scene. Interestingly, the book features a highly valued meeting between Fletcher and Bob. Bob is a part-time assassin and a person who works in several places. El Chapo was at one time infamously interviewed by Penn.

There is a scene that takes place after the shooting of police officers. Bob realizes that the media played a major role in the killings. The media encouraged the murder of cops. Penn and Bob are both Baby Boomers. Penn gives absurdist and angry responses to the current state of the entire world. Bob has great potential even though he has an antisocial behavior. Bob’s ideas are wise and could as well be considered as prophetic. According to Bob, America is no longer as attractive as before

Near the end of Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff, Bob goes ahead to write a letter to the president of the United States. It is worth noting that the letter is based on Trump. In the letter, Bob addresses a lot of things ranging from Russia to alternative facts. In the novel, the president is referred to as the ‘landlord.’ Bob called the landlord a narcissistic, reflexive, and illegitimate. Penn, on the other hand, seems to remember all negative things he remembers about the landlord and expresses them in a manifesto.

Reading through Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff, it is quite clear that both Bob and Penn have similar approaches to politics such that it is difficult to differentiate them. Bob goes ahead to show Trump that since his inauguration, there are various groups of people who have faced a lot of challenges. Surprisingly, Bob calls for the assassination of the United States president before he quips.

The poem that is written by Penn talks about various recent occurrences. Some of the issues addressed include the recent Las Vegas shooting, the Puerto Rico crisis, and the tension existing between North Korea and the US. The worldview of Penn is expressed in Bob Honey. Penn said some people would enjoy reading the book while others will take it negatively.

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