What's better than a 25-kilo sack of potatoes in the middle of a war? This woman is typically Bosnian. She laughed when I pointed the camera at her, then stopped to chat. She bought the potatoes at the market, where she said the prices on basic commodities were still OK. According to her, cigarettes, diesel, and batteries were already priced beyond her range. This was taken in Sarici, outside Tuzla, and was right on the front line.