Random Nail Salon Customer comes into our store.
RNSC: Are there any banks in Harvard Square?
Me: Dozens, if not hundreds.
RNSC: Within walking distance?
Me: Take a right out of the door, and you can see one across the street. There's another one on the corner. If you turn around with your back to the bank on the corner you can see three other banks. If you take a left out of the door, you have to walk about twenty yards, look left, you can see about five different banks. Look straight ahead, you can see another two. I'm not sure if there are any on the block to the right, but there's probably at least one.
RNSC: Which one is closest?
Me: It depends on the traffic light, but there are at least three that are less than a thirty second walk.
RNSC: Do any of them have ATMs?
Me: Are you trolling me? All banks have ATMs.
RNSC: But, like, will I have to actually walk inside a bank.
Me: Actually, no. If you take a right, there are two rando ATMs on the corner.
RNSC: I don't have an account with Rando.
Is there seriously no one working in the nail salon who knows that we are SURROUNDED by banks, that they are, in fact, squeezing out all of the local businesses in Harvard Square? In two years, the only thing in Harvard Square will be banks, CVSes, and places that sell burgers. And, naturally, Starbuckses.