The next story in the collection would be mine ("Last Call") so I'm skipping past that and onward to a story with such an awesome concept to it: What if you could buy and sell memories?
"Memories, Freestyle" by Samantha Mills
Imagine a world where people could distil memories from your mind and then sell them to others. You could go sky-diving, for example, and then sell those memories to someone who wants to sky-dive, but can't quite get up the guts to do it (and repeat, ad nauseum, though you'd be losing your own memories of doing so time after time). But of course, the moment something is sellable, there are people willing to steal for a profit, and that's where the story begins - someone has stolen the memories of a former gold-medal Olympian freestyle swimmer, and left her a shell of her former self. The investigation is the tale, and this story had one of the best twists of the collection. Wonderful world building and a great - if grim - follow through on what would happen if memories could be bought and sold.