Typing on a blank screen can be very therapeutic. The more words you type, the easier it gets. You don't even have to type anything meaningful. Just fill the screen with whatever pops into your brain at the moment. Sort of like a river that just flows along gently, just let the words trickle out one by one. Eventually, you will reach a stopping point. Once you get there, you can turn around, survey your work, let out a nice sigh, and hit ":wq" to save your progress. On to the next file!
Thanks for viewing File 2! File 2 is going to be just a bit different than File 1. Yes, it is still the same concept: words typed out on a screen jumbled up in a way that may or may not be understood by a reader. But File 2 is new and File 1 is old. Just wait until you get to File 3! File 3 is going to be all about... well, I don't want to spoil it for you. Just wait and see!
The long-anticipated File 3 is finally here! You no doubt are having difficulty bearing your excitement. Well, File 3 is the culmination of what File 1 and 2 have been building up to this whole time. One might even call it "The Grand Finale." That might be stretching it a bit, but I like the sound of it. What can you expect from File 3? Not too much other than a few words here and there typed out rather carelessly just to ease the mind a bit. Typing can be quite therapeutic. You should try it for yourself sometime....
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...