by Mac Slavo
Venezuela is reaching the point of total desperation.
Women are now pouring over the Colombian border in effort to get their hands on groceries, trading on the black market and doing anything to survive.
That suggests other means of coping in the economically besieged capital of Caracas are wearing thin, and the difficulties of managing ordinary life under food shortages and long ration lines are forcing people to turn to alternative means of combating hunger.
According to the Miami Herald: