As she sat in the sun in her Mini Cooper inching her way through a long line of cars to get gas, Lynn Husami, 23, tried to use her time well. She had a phone meeting with the adviser of her master’s thesis, called an old friend, and played video games on her Nintendo Switch. After four hours, she recalled, she still hadn’t reached the station, was drenched in sweat, and needed a bathroom. But she feared losing her place in line if she went searching for one. “I’m hopeless. I’m angry. I’m frustrated,” she said, summing up the feelings of many Lebanese about the financial collapse that has turned once-routine errands into nightmares that fill their days and clean out their wallets. “It is getting worse, and we can’t do anything about it. I don’t know how we can fix all of this.” Lebanon is […]