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Tuesday, January 19, 2010

United Breaks Guitar – Internet Movies

United Airlines Song Background (short version)

In the spring of 2008, Sons of Maxwell were traveling to Nebraska for a one-week tour and my Taylor guitar was witnessed being thrown by United Airlines baggage handlers in Chicago. I discovered later that the $3500 guitar was severely damaged. They didn’t deny the experience occurred but for nine months the various people I communicated with put the responsibility for dealing with the damage on everyone other than themselves and finally said they would do nothing to compensate me for my loss. So I promised the last person to finally say “no” to compensation (Ms. Irlweg) that I would write and produce three songs about my experience with United Airlines and make videos for each to be viewed online by anyone in the world. United: Song 1 is the first of those songs. United: Song 2 has been written and video production is underway. United: Song 3 is coming. I promise.

United Airlines Song Background (Detailed Version)

On March 31, 2008 Sons of Maxwell began our week-long-tour of Nebraska by flying United Airlines from Halifax to Omaha, by way of Chicago. On that first leg of the flight were seated at the rear of the aircraft and upon landing and waiting to deplane in order to make our connection a woman sitting behind me, not aware that we were musicians cried out: “My god they’re throwing guitars out there”. Our bass player Mike looked out the window in time to see his bass being heaved without regard by the United baggage handlers. My $3500 710 Taylor had been thrown before his.

I immediately tried to communicate this to the flight attendant who cut me off saying: “Don’t talk to me. Talk to the lead agent outside”. I found the person she pointed to and that lady was an “acting” lead agent but refused to talk to me and disappeared into the crowd saying “I’m not the lead agent”. I spoke to a third employee at the gate and when I told her the baggage handlers were throwing expensive instruments outside she dismissed me saying “but hun, that’s why we make you sign the waiver”. I explained that I didn’t sign a waiver and that no waiver would excuse what was happening outside. She said to take it up with the ground crew in Omaha.

When I got to Omaha it was around 12:30 am. The plane was late arriving and there were no employees visible. Although I was told later that it wouldn’t have mattered, I should have taken my hard case out of the padded protective exterior case to examine the guitar at the airport but I didn’t. The guitar case looked ok and we were tired, went to the hotel and then to sleep for our early morning pick-up by the tour managers the next day. When they picked us up in the early morning we would not be back in Omaha for seven days. It was later that day at sound check that I discovered that the base of my Taylor had been smashed.

One week later I returned to Omaha for my return trip. I explained what had happened and the United agent in Omaha said I needed to start a claim at the airport where the trip began (Halifax). So here is what happened next.

When I got home to Halifax I was told that United doesn’t really have a presence there and that Air Canada is their partner. Every plane I flew on that day said “United” on the side but technically they have no presence there. So, Air Canada gave me a phone number to start my claim with United. When I called the number United said I had to return to the Halifax airport with the guitar to show the damage to someone and open a claim. When I returned to the Halifax airport I met with an Air Canada employee, because United has no presence there, and that person acknowledged the damage, opened a claim number but “denied” the claim because Air Canada would not be responsible for damage caused by United employees in Chicago (which still makes sense to me).

I took the claim number and called United back. They never seemed to be able find the claim number on several subsequent phone calls but at the last minute it would always surface. I spoke several times to what I believe were agents in India who, ironically were the most pleasant, and seemed genuinely sorry for what had happened. Three or four months later I got directed to the Chicago baggage offices of United and after several attempts to speak with someone was told to simply bring in the guitar for inspection…to Chicago…from Halifax, Canada.

When I explained that Halifax is far from Chicago someone then said my claim needed to go through Central Baggage in New York and they gave me a toll free phone number. I phoned that number and spoke to someone. She couldn’t understand why someone in Chicago thought she would be able to help me but she seemed to feel for me and asked me to fax her all the information. I did and a few weeks passed with no reply. I called back and the lady said she’d never received the fax. Then I asked her to look for it and surprisingly, there it was. When she found it she asked me to give her a couple of days and to call back. I did, and by the time I phoned again two days later, the number had been discontinued.

I had to start all over again with the same 1-800 # to India, where they were as sorry as ever for what happened, couldn’t find my claim at first, and told me I needed to bring the guitar into Chicago’s O’Hare for inspection. Six months had gone by and the guitar had now been repaired for $1200 to a state that it plays well but has lost much of what made it special. I spoke to a customer service manager in India who promised to forward a note to have someone in Chicago contact me. I received a letter a about a month later from Chicago with no name or contact info, saying someone would be contacting me about this.

Another month went by and I received an email from a Ms. Irlweg, in Chicago I believe. Basically said she was sorry this happened and denied my claim. Some of her reasons included :

  • I didn’t report it to the United employees who weren’t present when we landed in Omaha
  • I didn’t report to the Omaha airport within 24 hours while I was driving to places that weren’t Omaha
    It was an Air Canada issue
  • Air Canada already denied the claim (as I mentioned, because Air Canada would not pay for United’s damages), but I’m still unsure as to why I needed to report it in Omaha within 24 hours if it was clearly Halifax’s responsibility
  • Someone from United would need to see the damage to a guitar that was repaired

So after nine months it came down to a series of emails with Ms. Irlweg and, despite her refusal to introduce me to her supervisor, our conversations ended with her saying United would not be taking any responsibility for what had happened and that that would be the last email on the matter. My final offer of a settlement of $1200 in flight vouchers, to cover my salvage costs repairing the Taylor, was rejected.

At that moment it occurred to me that I had been fighting a losing battle all this time and that fighting over this at all was a waste of time. The system is designed to frustrate affected customers into giving up their claims and United is very good at it. However I realized then that as a songwriter and traveling musician I wasn’t without options. In my final reply to Ms. Irlweg I told her that I would be writing three songs about United Airlines and my experience in the whole matter. I would then make videos for these songs and share them on YouTube, inviting viewers to vote on their favourite United song. My goal: to get one million hits in one year.

To date I have written “United: Song 1” and “United: Song 2” and I’m proud to now release the first video in the trilogy. The response has been incredible so far. Everyone involved in the recording of the track and filming/editing of the video has volunteered their time and pre-production work is underway for the filming of United: Song 2 (hopefully to be released later this summer).

United has demonstrated they know how to keep their airline in the forefront of their customer’s minds and I wanted this project to expand upon that satirically. I’ve been done “being angry” for quite some time and, if anything, I should thank United. They’ve given me a creative outlet that has brought people together from around the world. We had a pile of laughs making the recording and the video while the images are spinning on how to make “United: Song 2” even better than the first. So, thanks United! If my guitar had to be smashed due to extreme negligence I’m glad it was you that did it. Now sit back and enjoy the show.

Dave Carroll

Article Source: http://www.davecarrollmusic.com/story/united-breaks-guitars

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

How Internet Movies Economize Traditional Movie Entertainment

Watching Internet Movies without the monthly cost offers the best option in today's Economy Worldwide. As the price of energy continues to rise and an economy that keeps spiraling downward, the cost of living has skyrocketed in various ways without showing any signs of relief. With the price of corn which now has gone up affecting the price of movie theater popcorn, only adds more cost along with rising ticket prices.

Like everything else the time to economize is now. With everything affecting how we enjoy TV, movies, and other entertainment, it's time to consider other options. Internet TV, PC Satellite TV, and Movie Downloads from the Internet offers more savings, freedom, flexibility and mobility that fits any lifestyle, including anyone's pockets. This is way to save on gas when going to a theater and other cost, including avoiding the crowd. The Internet offers an opportunity for tremendous savings when watching movies-on-Internet and the convenience from ones own home without traveling.

You have the luxury of choosing any one of the three ways to watch Internet movies on your desktop or laptop computer, from any location locally and Worldwide. Here are the choices to watching Internet movies at home or while on the go:

1. Movie Rentals. Video stores such as Blockbusters are online and offer movie rentals. Movies are mailed and returned by mail within a certain time limit. However, this way of watching movies is a slow process and requires more effort which means placing an order, waiting for delivery then mailing the movie back each time.

2. Internet TV. There are many free TV players online and TV media websites that offer free instant Internet TV channels and movie links to watch. However, this process can take longer because there are 100s of sites with channels to select. You have to organize many channel links and different sites that offer them, and there will be a very limited supply of channels when all done.

3. PC Satellite TV software. Offers 1000s even up to 9000+ free instant Internet TV and radio channels, movies, sports, news, music, and much more from 78+ Countries in virtually any language. There's no monthly or recurring fees--only a small one-time downloading fee is required. There's no equipment to install, unless using a TV-Out video card to connect the home TV and PC with the software installed. A broadband connection is required, either DSL or High Speed at 512kbps or higher.

This method of watching movies also offers more variety than Cable and Satellite TV. There are no equipment repairs, poor weather conditions to be concern with, and when using a laptop computer this type of entertainment can be enjoyed anywhere. TV media such as premium and on-demand TV channels, including HDTV are available with great video/audio quality.

4. Movie Downloads. Offers just that movies only with DVD-like quality with classic and recent movies to watch. This also provides free instant access to movies from the Internet for a small one-time downloading fee--very similar to #3.

There are essentially two ways to access Internet movies:

1. Downloading Access - Using a point and click method to easily select movies in any language from a "Category" or "Country." There are many types of movie to choose from such as Action, Drama, Horror, Adult, Sci-Fi, Comedy, Suspense, and more. The user can download a movie, wait for it to finish, and watch it anytime, anywhere and as often as s/he like. Starting a movie library and recording favorite movies on CD/DVDs are simple to do.

2. Streaming Access - Special TV players enable the user to select a movie link and watch it immediately while the movie is downloading. In this case, the user doesn't have to wait for the download to complete. This is instant Internet movies at best that provides quick access movies in any language.

To learn more, see PC Satellite TV Reviews showcasing the Best Top 5 PC Satellite TV software, and there's a "Downloads" section for movies and other entertainment.

Philip Sumpter writes Consumer Product Reviews for all interested parties. You can find his site at Best Top 5 PC Satellite TV and PC Satellite TV Review.

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Philip_Sumpter

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