If it was legally possible, every movie would end with Porky Pig popping out of the screen to say "That's all, folks," assuring that that the characters' problems are over. However, as we love to point out, that stuttering swine is a fucking liar - plenty of famous movies have unresolved plot points that will inevitably come back to bite the protagonist in the ass, either because the writers forgot about them or because they thought no one would notice.
The third question (543 valid replies collected) looks at substance abuse (alcohol and/or drugs). Exploding yet another myth about the hacking world, 47% (232) declare they do not abuse these substances, 22% (108) say that they drink excessively. The same percentage admits to drug abuse (108) and 10% to both (50). We must also point (check over here) out that, of 129 answers, for 47% of subjects (61) the use of drugs and alcohol can be correlated with being part of a family where the parents are divorced and living in a large city. A total of 49 interviewees (38%) have in common alcohol, separated parents, and living in large cities. Only 11 hackers (9%) with separated parents who come from small towns (additional info) are drug abusers, and 8 (6%) are alcohol abusers. If we move on to psychophysical conditions, on 276 answers, 34% (94) declare they are insomniacs, 27% (74) suﬀer from anxiety, 20% (55) are paranoiac, 13% (37) have panic attacks, and 6% (16) hallucinate.