1. This is a small block of text.
2. This is a much larger block of text, which takes up much more vertical space by default. However, with a bit of jQuery magic, all these blocks could become the same size.
3. Another tiny block.
4. We were expecting this block to be on the far left, but because the block in the middle is so large, our "float: left" property isn't behaving how we probably expected.
5. Now our nice, neat columns are all messed up. This simply won't do.
6. Luckily, the equalHeights plugin gives us a easy fix without having to resort to specifying a fixed height in our CSS.