The San Francisco neighborhood was lousy. A burned-out house sported thick ivy on its charred front steps, and a fire-retardant chair boldly squatted in the front yard. On the telephone poles were homemade signs for a lost black and white dog.
I made my way to a gray-shingled house with rotting front steps and heard dogs barking inside. I was here to buy a used Schwinn bike. A man named Harry wanted $100 for it, but I planned to find some common ground and wheel and deal him down to $75. Maybe lower.
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Causes Nina Schuyler Supports
National Resources Defense Council