This is File1 And what a File it is, I could go on and on and on about this file and how helpful it will be for all those that happen upon it. What a time to be alive with a file such as this, we are all lucky to witness it's presence. All Praise to this file, and its continued brilliance.
This is File2, Some would say that File2 is better than File1, but that part of a larger conversation. Who's to say that one should have more admiration for File1 than File2 based on what they knew that was already familiar. File1 may be around longer than File2, but does that mean we should sacrifice newer, different things for the sake of tradition? I can understand why the average Joe would stick with File1, but I repect the man that dares to believe a newer, more relevent file like that of File2.
This is File3. Now, I understand there has been alot of debate in the previous files about whether File1 or File2 are better thant the other, but have you thought to give File3 a chance? Sure Files1 and 2 have been around longer than File3, but the entire argument that File2 has surmounted was around the innovative spirit that is trying new files. I don't me to pressure the reader to chose one file over another, simply that they should at least consider File3 as an, option. The more curious you are about different Files, the more understanding you may have about the single File you have decided on.
No lines are longer than 80 characters, TYVM. Other specified properties aren't being scored automatically at this time so this is not necessarily good news...