This is absolutely funny. And it's great. And it's ironic.
Here's the deal.
This musician, Dave Carroll, from the band Sons of Maxwell, was on tour and was waiting for his United flight to take off, when a passenger on that plane looked out the window and said that the plane loading crew were tossing guitars in the air. Apparently one of the guitars that was being tossed - and later damaged and broken - was Carroll's acoustic guitar.
He spent some time trying to get United to fix it, and went from call center to phone jail to runaround.
However, Mr. Carroll didn't let it stop there.
He wrote a song about it.
And he made a video for it
And he shows off his busted guitar in the video.
And I'm posting it right here because I want you to watch this - it's just that great!
And don't get me wrong - I'll fly United more than I would any other airline (and my wife, who loves Southwest, thinks I'm nuts for my brand loyalty), but if United ever damaged my camera equipment in transit, I better get some replacement and not just measly $50 travel voucher!
Go Dave Carroll! Power to the people!