How punchable is this guy's face on a scale of 1-100?
If you caught the last edition of this column, you know that when it comes to Netflix binging I consider myself a glutton for punishment. I'm not sure what it is, but I just love getting pissed off at the people and organizations in these Netflix docs. Whether it's Sgt. Andy Colburn in 'Making a Murderer,' every member of the prosecution in 'The Confession Tapes,' or the Herbalife CEO in 'Betting on Zero' I just have a passion for being angry at people that I don't know about stuff I wasn't involved in. A hobby of sorts.
If you're a glutton like me, then you will absolutely love 'Dirty Money.' Consisting of only 6 episodes, the series focuses on some of the biggest scams and criminal activity from those very much in the public eye.
From Volkswagen to HSBC to payday loan scams, the series leaves few rocks unturned as a very eye-opening look at the procedurals and means by which businesses and individuals deliberately fraud the public masses. By the time each chapter ends the only way I could satiate my thirst for vengeance was by aiming my fury at a new target. Now I'm stuck rage-waiting for Volume 2. THANKS OBAMA