One of them, yes. I feeling pretty bad about the other(s) not reporting back. Colectivos do what they are told and probably sustain themselves on their wage and crimes they commit; my main problems would mostly be independent of them: crime and national guards trying to milk me for what I'm worth.>>1889
No, it mostly just adds stress to your tasks and needs. While there are suicides -rarely, but cases range from depresion to hunger- there has been a joke going for the last few years that people in the first world kill themselves because they feel like they've got nothing to do or feel the existential dread, while in here most want to find out if we are really going to end up like Cuba or something will give first.
No. I think even taking out living expenses you could barely feed yourself. Everyone is either living with their family and cuts corners or has a hell of a steady income. Many students depend on the universities chow halls for sustenance, even if those rations are shrinking.