Something For Nothing
The Dunning-Kruger Effect states that the less compitant someone is at a task, the more compitant they think they are. Doyle Brear is a wannabe small time crook who fancies himself a criminal mastermind in the making despite having little experience in crime. After years of being a zero in his South Texas backwater, he finds a chance to make a name for himself and takes on a heist with a modest payout and what should be a simple plan. But as Doyle finds out, even the best laid plans often don't work out.