Bank. Visit human teller, like person from 1987, because need $10′s.
BIGFOOT: Hi, I’d like to cash a check (presents check)
TELLER: Well now, that’s something you don’t see every day
BIGFOOT: Oh, right. I know. I need some tens, so I can’t use the ATM
TELLER: No, I mean Joslin. Must be nice getting something back from them for once, am I right?
BIGFOOT: Oh, I guess
TELLER: Is it you who makes use of their services?
TELLER: I mean do you have diabetes?
BFOOT: Well, I have a son with Type 1 diabetes, and so my other son and I were in a research study at Joslin for relatives of people with Type 1. That’s why I got that check
TELLER: That’s terrible. I have Type 2 but Type 1 (shakes head). It’s so much worse for a kid
BF: Aw, do you really think so?
TELLER: Not being able to do the things other kids do. Not being able to fit in…it’s too hard. Kids hate being different
BF: Well, my son LOVES it. I’d hate to have your haircut, outfit, or mannerisms though (<–not say)
BF: Mmmhmmm (<–say)
TELLER: I think it’s so sad
BF: Fuck you (not say)
BF: Tens. Fantastic. Thank you (say)
Meanwhile, New Haven: Jack officially develop classic teplizumab rash! Yay, yay, yay. (Yay because not placebo. Yay!)