DAVID: This place is crazy on Saturday night. The people kept coming in and there wasn’t enough chairs to be seated, but we had to wait for one hour and in the end it was worth it, because we got great service and a chance to eat food.
DAVID: We got a chance to see Greg.
BRANDON: Greg has been a friend of ours for a while now. He helped us have our very first big official art show with Bee’s Knees. You could say he knows a thing or two about art. I seem to run into him at all kinds of places in the Oklahoma City area.
BRANDON: So the big hoopla about this new place, The Mule, is that they serve grilled cheese. Which at first may not seem to be a very big deal, but don’t be fooled, this was seriously the best grilled cheese I have ever had!
DAVID: It feels great that we took the last seat, which was empty and we got a chance to eat food. How great the service was. I had turkey and it tastes good.
DAVID: This feels like being in Scooby-Doo with the cyber space. Like Shaggy and Scooby and their friends all at a dog bowl restaurant. It was a dog bowl meal. It’s good.
BRANDON: I’m not quite sure what David’s talking about, but I know he’s really been on a kick lately about cyberspace and how great it is. He thinks the serving trays look like dog bowls.
A few of my friends joined us for dinner, maybe you know them? Meet Jenna, Julie, and Chance.
BRANDON: This is Jordan, she’s a friend of ours and she joined us for the opening event. Jordan and David assumed this position for almost the entirety of the Soundscapes exhibit. I would like to think that I am a pretty good wing man. Just saying.
DAVID: This is me and my friend. I’m going mobile without wires.
DAVID: It was made years ago, which was before printers existed.
BRANDON: David thought this piano was a old typewriter.
BRANDON: Here we are at the exhibit. The concept behind the exhibit is art and sound. All of the artists involved created a sculpture that produces sound, also known as sound sculptures.
DAVID: This feels like climbing in a tree house to go up into cyberspace in an electronic world full of technology and getting to the world wide web.
DAVID: This was an old tech motorcycle. It reminds me of Inspector Gadget, which was the old times of old technology.
DAVID: We were having a fun time exploring the Science Museum to know what all this new technology is going on at this place. It’s very exciting.
BRANDON: This is Jerrod Smith, he is one of the artists involved with the exhibit and a friend of ours. He created the piece preceding this comment, the one with the victory pose.
BRANDON: After our trip to the Science Museum, we went to get chocolate milk and went home.
BRANDON: What was your favorite part of our experience?
DAVID: Meeting new people.
This is going to be so great and very awesome,
David & Brandon