yea dude, its all part of the greater plan of keeping people on a bare minimum of education.
In Canada they made it illegal to declare bankruptcy on your student debts. Really sucks, for a lot of people. (a cheap scheme in canada is to buy a house THEN refinance your student loans into your home & default / declare bankruptcy on your mortgage.)
I went to school for 5 years and accumulated $30K in debt, to get a sociology degree - only to realise people pay you to do shit they dont want to do themselves. Student loans allowed me to have $225 a month, and my rent was $350 a month. They held me below the poverty line, and i had to live the life of a scab moving from one sore to another. But i did it, and never had to work a job! I actually feel like i am a better person in many ways because of my education & experience during that time. Education is not like buying a car, or a house. Your knowledge & your experience stay with you for life, and these are the only things that are forever, for real!
i rather enjoyed your story blad. but to do it without working? sellin coke?