Friday, January 18, 2008

I Coulda Hada V8

Friday Jan 18 2008

The best part of the exhibit, and you all would have done a good job on this, I'm sure, was making the comments on paper in the end in notebooks they had on a table---some of them were very humorous in their unsatisfaction---so we added ours and suspect the bored girl sitting across from us minding the er "gift" (yikes on the T shirt art!)---shop, not doing any business---would want to read what the heck we were laughing at after we left. I even signed mine Winna----who the heck knows who that is anyway?--so it was a safe thing to do. Let's see, the body displays looked fake and small, the addition of electric blue, green or coral colors to some of the specimens seemed tacky, the false hopes of "now, this next room will no doubt knock my socks off" added to the non ambiance as it felt like a school room near the end of the day when you're looking forward to going home. I guess I'll go put this on my daily Blog with a Photo (although none are allowed inside) of a poster of the exhibit, which by the way should not have cost more than $12 and the listening devices should have been thrown in free. So, a glass of V8 would have been more satisfying .........

3 comments:

Scus said...

Glad I did not go!!!!

Quilter Pal said...

Well, there goes your opportunity to work as a PR person.

Glad to hear that it is not good or worth the money...I can now save my time and cash.

Amber said...

I was talking to people at work and they were shocked that we were dissatisfied with the museum. They had gone to the Boston one, and they were explaining what was in it, and they paid a lot more money to get in. There's sounded much better than the Hartford Civic Center.