Moto X Pure Battery Replacement (Style) / How To Replace Moto X Pure Battery (Style)

Walkthrough Moto X Pure Battery Replacement or how to change battery Moto X Style. The Moto X Pure (Style) Edition has been a solid workhorse of a phone for several years, and with a new battery, it will likely keep going for at least one or two more! In this video, I’ll show you how to replace the battery in a Moto X Pure (Style) Edition smartphone. I appreciate you stopping by, leaving a comment and subscribing for more adventitious geekery! Thanks!

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Omoton Moto X Pure/Style Case Unbox & Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EFvfrj0nckQ

How To Add Wireless Charging To Any Device: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Op7LggpvKmc

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The Many Deaths of Barney The Dinosaur: Brnstars

I found these floating around AOL back in in the mid-1990s, perfect entertainment for a 12-year-old with a chip on his shoulder! If anyone can help me track down the original creator, please let me know!

Barney the Dinosaur gets pummeled by the stars of the WWE.

Ocean Spray “Sweet Tart” (circa 1993)

“One taste of the Ocean Spray cranberry and people will say just about anything!” BoooowWWWWWhuppaduppadoobadoobaoohoohmowwww….

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Tom Petty (1950-2017)

What can one say about such an influential musician that hasn’t been said many times before? Petty (with and without The Heartbreakers) was not only a brilliant musician and songwriter, but he was transcendental in that he had staying power through 3 generations of fans–tragically passing after completing an extensive 40th anniversary tour. I first really got into Tom Petty in middle school with the laid back grooves of “Last Dance With Mary Jane” and “Free Fallin'” serving as the downtempo segments for the soundtrack to a rather tumultuous time in any kid’s life. Uncle Teej gave me their greatest hits album for Christmas one year, to the chagrin of my dad who scoffed at my listening to “druggie music”. Petty’s music had soul–something I didn’t hear often in popular music of the day–and it made a fitting foil to my musical staples like TMBG, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, and Chumbawamba (Yeah, I actually know and like more than one Chumbawamba song!).

Like Petty, I found the South too confined–too small for my ambitions, and I moved west. Thirty-seven years after Petty left Gainesville, Florida for Los Angeles, I was crossing the continent with several of Petty’s tracks (“Runnin’ Down a Dream” frequently turned up) offering portions of yet another soundtrack for a transitional period in my life.

Here I am again, thinking of changes to come in my life and career, and I’m brought again to Tom Petty. I look at all the nonsense going on in the world and all the difficulties (great and small) that we all face every day, and there’s one voice ringing clear and true–with all of America’s purple mountains’ majesty and amber waves of grain behind it–reminding me to not back down. Thanks, Tom.

10Q: Special Bonus Question

As in years past, we are offering you a Special Bonus Question in which you get to predict what you think will happen in the coming year–not just to you, but to the world around you. For this year’s version of the Special Bonus Question, we have teamed up with SMITH Magazine’s Six-Word Memoirs to give you the opportunity to answer the question as pithily as you like.

Future so bright; gotta wear shades.

Previously….

10Q #10: When September 2018 rolls around and you receive your answers to your 10Q questions, how do you think you’ll feel? What do you think/hope might be different about your life and where you’re at as a result of thinking about and answering these questions?

When September 2018 rolls around and you receive your answers to your 10Q questions, how do you think you’ll feel? What do you think/hope might be different about your life and where you’re at as a result of thinking about and answering these questions?

This year has really been one of personal revolution. Barbie finished school and started a new enterprise. At the same time, I began to see my “side hustles” as more than just a hobby. This year’s answers have been focused on my new business and entrepreneurship opportunities and next year will hopefully rekindle the hope and optimism that I have in my ability to grow a successful enterprise doing what I enjoy. Next year, I hope to see the pain of working for someone else fade away and the joy of working solely for myself come into focus and I hope that these year’s answers will stand as a testament of my thoughts and feelings going into what I anticipate to be a successful new venture!

Previously 10Q #10 (2016)

10Q #9: What is a fear that you have and how has it limited you? How do you plan on letting it go or overcoming it in the coming year?

What is a fear that you have and how has it limited you? How do you plan on letting it go or overcoming it in the coming year?

I’m still quite terrified by the prospect of being one paycheque away from financial ruin, but I have taken many long strides into reducing my exposure and cushioning any blows I might come to. I have spent the past year building my savings and starting my own “side hustles” to help expand my skill set and alternative revenue streams should the worst-case ever happen. I’m definitely getting more financially confident, and by 40, I think I’ll be in great shape!

Previously Q10 #9 (2016)

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