Two me days in a row! Miracles do happen. I plan on working on my to do lest. the on with sixty-two items on it. A good week's work. Powerball is up to one hundred and eighty-one million dollars so I do plan on working on one of my jobs, future lottery winner. As to the weather, triple digits today and tomorrow. I'm fine with it because we have really had the best weather in the country this year and this is the first time in over two years we have had triple digit temperature.
Onward and Upward. The first story is from DR. It really is kind of funny and typical of a lot of customer service reps:
A musciain named Dave Carroll recently had difficulty with United Airlines. United apparently damaged his treasured Taylor guitar, worth $3500, duing a flight. Dave spent over nine months trying to get United to pay for the damages caused by baggage handlers to his custom guitar. During the final exchange with the United Customer Relations Manager, he stated that he was left with no choice other than to create a music video for You Tube exposing their lack of cooperation. The manager responded
"Good luck with that, pal."
He posted a retaliatory video on You Tube. The video has received over six million hits. United Airlines contacted the musician and attempted a settlement in exchange for pulling the video. His respons was, "Good luck with that, pal."
Taylor Guitars sent the mucician two new custom guitars in appreciation for the product recognition from the video. They had a sharp increase in orders after the video was posted.
Here is the video:
Before getting to up in the air and critical of United Airlines read the following:
Good for United Airlines. And what makes it even better is they kept their generosity quiet. The only reason this came to light was a Facebook post.
Before closing let's read about some code breakers: