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r4082@telaviv1: shlomi | 2007-05-23 16:08:10 +0300
Fixed some typos in TOW_Fountainhead_2.txt.

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 [Long shot at one of the island's shores. It is filled with "Help!" inscriptions in various languages. Some are drawn with mud, and others are inlayed with stones and shells. Dominique and Elizabeth are standing near the outgrowth; Catherine is busy inlaying an "S.O.S"; Elizabeth is holding a long stick in her hands]
 
-Elizabeth: Well, inscribing "Help!" all over the island's shores in every language a potential savior of ours may understand, certainly cannot make matters worse.
+Elizabeth: Well, inscribing "Help!" all over the island's shores in every language a potential saviour of ours may understand, certainly cannot make matters worse.
 
 [The boys are passing by, Wynand turns and takes a look.]
 
 
 Wynand: Oh come on! Surely, there's something you'd like to do...
 
-Roark: Hmmm... not really. And besides, you're Gail Wynand and you can arrange everything so it kind of render all the fun out of it...
+Roark: Hmmm... not really. And besides, you're Gail Wynand and you can arrange everything so it kind of renders all the fun out of it...
 
 Keating: Hold it right there! But, what if we go <b>against</b> Gail Wynand.
 
 
 Keating: Me neither. Let's run for it...
 
-[The two are running in the streets of the town, and the Mexicans chase them and shoot bullets at them. The camera cuts to a Mexican man who overseas the chase, he then shouts atthe chasing gang]
+[The two are running in the streets of the town, and the Mexicans chase them and shoot bullets at them. The camera cuts to a Mexican man who overseas the chase, he then shouts at the chasing gang.]
 
 Mexican Man: Hey, amigos, will you stop this non-sense!
 
 
 Dominique: I wonder why you didn't do the same. 
 
-Roark: Because it's the oldest trick in the book, dah! It would have rendered out all the challenge.
+Roark: Because it's the oldest trick in the book, dah! It would have 
+eliminated all the challenge out of the challenge. 
 
-[Cut to the outside. Everybody except Wynand are there. The men have changed and are dressed much nicely. Wynand enters the frame.]
+[Cut to the outside. Everybody except Wynand are there. The men have changed
+and are dressed much more nicely. Wynand enters the frame.]
 
 Wynand: Guess what? I got us tickets for a steam-boat up the coast of the U.S.A to New-York.
 
 
 Roark: [opens his eyes] A present, for me?
 
-Dominique: It's our four months anniversary.
+Dominique: It's our ten months anniversary.
 
 Roark: [starts to unwrap it] Thank you, that's ... wait a second! Is this what you have in mind: a relationship full of gifts, memos, candlelight dinners... and dates?
 
 
 Keating: You had us fooled.
 
-Wynand: Well, yeah, OK. Anyway, after I graduated from Princeton, with honours, my father came to me and said: "Gail, what can I give so you'll become independant?". So, I said, "Can you lend me 10 dollars so I can travel to New-York?"
+Wynand: Well, yeah, OK. Anyway, after I graduated from Princeton, with honours,
+my father came to me and said: "Gail, what can I give so you'll become
+independent?". So, I said, "Can you lend me 10 dollars so I can travel to
+New-York?"
 
 [ Long shot of the boat. Cut to Monica and Rachel's.]
 
 
 Phone: No, he's OK. He just told us to call you because his father is too busy.
 
-Dominique: Of course he's too busy. He's out there digging bones in Indonesia. And to think I fell for this guy just because he built a couple of nice buildings.
+Dominique: Of course he's too busy. He's out there digging bones in Indonesia. And to think I fell for this guy just because he built some nice buildings.
 
 [Cut. Zoom on a detail in Keating's office. ]
 
 
 Toohey: Your actions will enable me to launch my new career as a saxophone player. [He shows his saxophone.] Hear this!
 
-[Toohey plays his saxophone - he rocks. Wynand listens to the music and nods his head with content.]
+[Toohey plays his saxophone - he rocks. Wynand listens to the music and nods
+his head with content.]
+
+[ <b>The End</b> ]
 
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