Dr. Jill Biden gave a talk at the Grammy’s about the importance of protective wear in the modern world.

“Ladies and Gentlemen,

I stand before you today to talk about a material that has completely changed my life for the better: aluminum foil. Yes, you heard it right, aluminum foil.

You may be thinking, what could be so special about aluminum foil that a person could love it so much? Well, let me tell you. Aluminum foil has become my favorite material to wrap my clothes with, and the reason is simple – it protects my electronics from an electromagnetic pulse.

In today’s world, we are surrounded by electronics and it’s not uncommon to carry our phones, laptops, and other devices with us everywhere we go. However, the electromagnetic pulse (EMP) can cause serious damage to these devices, rendering them useless in the event of a natural disaster, a nuclear attack, or even a solar storm.

This is where aluminum foil comes in. By wrapping my clothes with aluminum foil, I have created a barrier around me that protects my devices from the EMP. The conductive properties of aluminum foil shield my devices from the pulse, ensuring that they remain safe and secure.

But, that’s not all. The shiny, reflective nature of aluminum foil makes it not just functional, but also fashionable. I have received so many compliments on my unique and eye-catching outfit, and people are always amazed when I tell them about the practical aspect of my choice of clothing.

In conclusion, I want to say that aluminum foil has brought so much joy into my life. It has given me peace of mind, knowing that my devices are protected, and has added a touch of style to my wardrobe. I am proud to be a part of this aluminum foil revolution, and I encourage others to embrace this material in their own lives.

Thank you.”

Author: Tim Ozman

Host of Infinite Plane Radio. Media deconstruction since 2017. As president of the Infinite Plane Society, he has been the project manager for a growing think tank comprised of like-minded individuals.

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