“…and this is the early education wing of the campus.” The sparrow waved a wing towards a corridor where a cluster of teen girls were crouched over a stuttering robot. “Please turn this way. Good, good. Now this lab is where the Gormen organization is currently working on cutting edge electronic filters. And here we are at your door.”
The sparrow fluttered up to the wooden desk in the middle of the room and bobbed his head at the cluster of two-legs clustered around the door.
“Here is your ten o’clock meeting Sir,” the sparrow nodded to the middle aged two-leg sitting behind another desk and fluttered off to her next task.
“Did that bird just lead us to a meeting?” The lawyer asked, one eyebrow twitching.
“I think it did,” the investor said slowly. “It was almost as if it was talking to us…”
“Shall we get started?” asked the man behind the desk with a smile that steadfastly ignored the tension in the situation.
“Bird?” the investor pointed at the door it had left through.
The man behind the desk blinked and then shrugged. “I think you will be pleased with our newest project.” He said briskly. “This is really ground breaking.”
The lawyer and the investor exchanged a glance and then shrugged.
“Let’s get started then,” the lawyer said.