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Shlomi Fish  committed 9b4659a

Spell checked "Case for Drug Legalisation".

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File bin/spell-checker-iface.sh

 #!/bin/bash
 find dest/t2-homepage/ -name '*.html' -or -name '*.xhtml' |
     ( LC_ALL=C sort  ) |
-    perl -lne 'print if 1..m#\A\Qdest/t2-homepage/philosophy/politics/dispelling-myths-about-israel/index.html\E#' |
+    perl -lne 'print if 1..m#\A\Qdest/t2-homepage/philosophy/politics/why-scientology-is-bad/index.html\E#' |
     grep -vP 'dest/t2-homepage/philosophy/obj-oss/objectivism-and-open-source/' |
     grep -vP 'philosophy/foss-other-beasts/revision-2/' |
     grep -vP 'guide2ee/undergrad' |

File lib/docbook/4/xml/case-for-drug-legalisation.xml

         Thus, a person must be allowed by law to consume drugs. I'm not saying
         it is desirable if a person exercises this right. I'm just saying that
         a person should be allowed to do so, just as he is allowed to smoke,
-        drink alocholic beverages, deteriorate in personal hygiene, give away
+        drink alcoholic beverages, deteriorate in personal hygiene, give away
         money for no good reason, act stupidly, etc. These are all harmful
         activities, yet perfectly legitimate.
     </para>
     <para>
         Drugs are not as harmful as many people think. Most drug users
         are perfectly healthy people who just happen to have a drug problem,
-        just like people who smoke, or are alcholics, or are
+        just like people who smoke, or are alcoholics, or are
         addicted to caffeine have a drug problem. Otherwise, they are able
         to function properly and be good citizens. There are no recorded
         deaths from Marijuana in the U.S. The amount of deaths for Cocaine
         </para>
         <para>
             In this analysis one should also include the very "crimes" of drug
-            use, trafficing, and sale, as well as crimes caused due to the
-            criminal nature of some drug dealers. Drug trafficing is also a
+            use, trafficking, and sale, as well as crimes caused due to the
+            criminal nature of some drug dealers. Drug trafficking is also a
             huge source of income for Organised crime.
         </para>
         <para>
         <listitem>
             <para>
                 <emphasis role="bold">Educate people about it</emphasis>:
-                write something pro drug legalistation online, in blogs,
+                write something pro drug legalisation online, in blogs,
                 mailing lists, newsgroups, web forums; write your school
                 report about it; publish articles about it in newspapers,
                 tell about it to your friends, etc.

File lib/docbook/5/xml/case-for-drug-legalisation-rev2.xml

         Thus, a person must be allowed by law to consume drugs. I’m not saying
         it is desirable if a person exercises this right. I’m just saying that
         a person should be allowed to do so, just as he is allowed to smoke,
-        drink alocholic beverages, deteriorate in personal hygiene, give away
+        drink alcoholic beverages, deteriorate in personal hygiene, give away
         money for no good reason, act stupidly, etc. These are all harmful
         activities, yet perfectly legitimate.
     </para>
     <para>
         Drugs are not as harmful as many people think. Most drug users
         are perfectly healthy people who just happen to have a drug problem,
-        just like people who smoke, or are alcholics, or are
+        just like people who smoke, or are alcoholics, or are
         addicted to caffeine have a drug problem. Otherwise, they are able
         to function properly and be good citizens. There are no recorded
         deaths from Marijuana in the U.S. The amount of deaths for Cocaine
         </para>
         <para>
             In this analysis one should also include the very “crimes” of drug
-            use, trafficing, and sale, as well as crimes caused due to the
-            criminal nature of some drug dealers. Drug trafficing is also a
+            use, trafficking, and sale, as well as crimes caused due to the
+            criminal nature of some drug dealers. Drug trafficking is also a
             huge source of income for Organised crime.
         </para>
         <para>
 
     <para>
         There are two other explanations for why politicians, who are still
-        honest enough to not accept bribes from drug-trafficing criminals,
+        honest enough to not accept bribes from drug-trafficking criminals,
         may still support the prohibition on drugs. The first is that they
         are simply too clueless or too misled to believe that the prohibition
         is a good thing. Many ordinary and perfectly honest people have also
         <listitem>
             <para>
                 <emphasis role="bold">Educate people about it</emphasis>:
-                write something pro drug legalistation online, in blogs,
+                write something pro drug legalisation online, in blogs,
                 mailing lists, newsgroups, web forums; write your school
                 report about it; publish articles about it in newspapers,
                 tell about it to your friends, etc.

File lib/docbook/5/xml/case-for-drug-legalisation-v3.xml

         Thus, a person must be allowed by law to consume drugs. I’m not saying
         it is desirable if a person exercises this right. I’m just saying that
         a person should be allowed to do so, just as he is allowed to smoke,
-        drink alocholic beverages, deteriorate in personal hygiene, give away
+        drink alcoholic beverages, deteriorate in personal hygiene, give away
         money for no good reason, act stupidly, etc. These are all harmful
         activities, yet perfectly legitimate.
     </para>
     <para>
         Drugs are not as harmful as many people think. Most drug users
         are perfectly healthy people who just happen to have a drug problem,
-        just like people who smoke, or are alcholics, or are
+        just like people who smoke, or are alcoholics, or are
         addicted to caffeine have a drug problem. Otherwise, they are able
         to function properly and be good citizens. There are no recorded
         deaths from Marijuana in the U.S. The amount of deaths for Cocaine
         </para>
         <para>
             In this analysis one should also include the very “crimes” of drug
-            use, trafficing, and sale, as well as crimes caused due to the
-            criminal nature of some drug dealers. Drug trafficing is also a
+            use, trafficking, and sale, as well as crimes caused due to the
+            criminal nature of some drug dealers. Drug trafficking is also a
             huge source of income for Organised crime.
         </para>
         <para>
 
     <para>
         There are two other explanations for why politicians, who are still
-        honest enough to not accept bribes from drug-trafficing criminals,
+        honest enough to not accept bribes from drug-trafficking criminals,
         may still support the prohibition on drugs. The first is that they
         are simply clueless or misled enough to believe that the prohibition
         is a good thing. Many ordinary and perfectly honest people have also
         <listitem>
             <para>
                 <emphasis role="bold">Educate people about it</emphasis>:
-                write something pro drug legalistation online, in blogs,
+                write something pro drug legalisation online, in blogs,
                 mailing lists, newsgroups, web forums; write your school
                 report about it; publish articles about it in newspapers,
                 tell about it to your friends, etc.

File lib/hunspell/whitelist1.txt

 שכ-10
 anti-semites
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+Bio-Psychology
+blogs
+DEA
+Ha’aretz
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+Left-vs-Right
+Ostrowski's
+Schaffer
+Scientologist
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+Touretzky
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File t2/philosophy/politics/why-scientology-is-bad/index.html.wml

 He said that L. Ron Hubbard (the founder of Scientology) was a controversial
 genius just like Jesus Christ was ignored at his time, and turned out to be a
 genius later on. He said that to an audience of Israeli Hebrew speakers, which
-consisted mostly of Jewish intelligencia and possibly some intellectual
+consisted mostly of Jewish intelligentsia and possibly some intellectual
 Christian or Muslim people. Jews (especially in Israel) tend to have strong
 opinions against Jesus, and intellectuals tend to view his sayings as
 non-logical and harmful.