This is Breeanna Best Friend! I’m actively tweeting on her account bc I have direct contact with her. Her cell phone has died. They’re alive and currently still stuck in the attic. 611 Watson Ave, New Bern NC— bree (@Breeanna_xoxo) September 14, 2018
I found this tweet while searching the term "phone died." It's a thing I do here at Boosa - I find tweets of people complaining about how their phone died. I sometimes respond, and sometimes turn them into blog posts. I'm trying to make the case that phone chargers are important, while simultaneously having a little fun.
In this case, Hurricane Florence had Breeanna stuck in an attic with a dead cellphone. According to subsequent tweets, she made it out OK. But according to this GoFundMe page, she and her family lost everything. So this isn't fun at all.
I donated a small amount to her fund in the hopes she and her family can put their lives back together. Breeanna, you need it more than I do. Me and my family wish you health and happiness.
Please consider making a donation using the GoFundMe link above.
I've never been through a hurricane, so I have no idea what it would be like to try to prepare for one while the pressure's on. All I can say is that, if you're putting a Hurricane preparedness kit together, put several fully charged power banks and charging cables in it. Our brand, any brand - having a charged up phone could save your life.
Air travel has become an integral part of our lives, and as technology advances, so does our reliance on electronic devices. Whether you're a frequent flyer or an occasional traveler, one common concern is whether you can bring a portable charger on a plane. In this blog post, we'll explore the guidelines and regulations surrounding the use of portable chargers during air travel to ensure a smooth and hassle-free journey.