Sean Penn’s New Book, Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff
When many people create, they make things that were inspired by other situations or other people. For example, many authors have been inspired by the work of other authors and mirror the work of those authors.
Sean, Penn, however says that wasn’t the case for him. The former movie director has written a book, Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff but says that he hasn’t been inspired by any of the authors to which he has been compared.
Many of these authors Penn has never even heard of. Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff is a story about a divorced man who hates his ice cream truck-driving ex-wife and has a strong dislike for other things in his world.
Bob Honey is a septic tank salesman by day and a skilled killer by night. However, Honey isn’t merely a killer. In the same way that many characters and situations resemble real-life people and events, Bob Honey’s actions reflect things that happen in our world.
He kills the elderly with the use of a wooden mallet because this group of people uses up too many of the nation’s resources. Bob disposing of the elderly is symbolic of the American government disposing of its undesirables, people who take and take without giving much in return.