Transactions don’t always involve money
by William G. Lako, Jr.
08:32 PM, Thursday, July 24
Who remembers the days when you traded your bag of potato chips for a chocolate chip cookie? Or when you swapped your skateboard for your friend’s old bike? I’m sure some of you once negotiated to do your brother’s chores for the next three weeks ...

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