All in all, I liked the single minded focus that You used in telling Joe and Beck’s story. It was an effective wake up call for social media enthusiasts about the dangers of oversharing. In the same vein, the series perfectly illustrated the term wolf in sheep’s clothing, which Joe basically was. He was a tormented soul looking for love but he was weird and twisted and he was willing to blur the lines between right and wrong to justify the evil things he has done. What happened to Beck can just as easily happen to anyone in this day and age where personal info is readily available. I could not wait for season 2, honestly.
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I’ve been thinking of something to write about these past few days and I find myself at a loss for something interesting. But yesterday, I was surfing through youtube to kill time and stumbled upon […]