With PLR articles the text is often badly or oddly formatted. This is fine if you want to take out excess line breaks (that some blogs convert to <br/>) correct for wordprocessor "smart characters" and other tweaks that the text might need. Some of us, however, have better things to be doing than baby sitting odd formatting in PLR content.
This tool takes your content and then does it's best to guess what the author was trying to do. Past the article in and sit back while my server does a little magic.
We shall assume that two new lines were ment to be there while one a sinlge newline was not.