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Shlomi Fish  committed b4dd4eb

Spell checked TOWTF.

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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#humour/Star-Trek/index#'|
+    perl -lne 'print if 1..m#humour/TOWTF/index#'|
     grep -vP '(guide2ee/undergrad)' |
     xargs perl bin/html-check-spelling-xmlp.pl |
     grep ':'

File lib/hunspell/whitelist1.txt

 25th
 5th
 6th
+Friends’
+Uncyclopedia
+60's
+20's
+30's
 
 ====dest/t2-homepage/index.html,dest/t2-homepage/old-news.html
 Owch
 anti-Israelism
 anti-zionism
 
+====dest/t2-homepage/humour/TOWTF/TOW_Fountainhead_1.html,dest/t2-homepage/humour/TOWTF/TOW_Fountainhead_2.html
+
+Wynand
+Wynand's
+Toohey
+Rachel's
+Peter's
+Keating's
+Monica's
+Roark
+Baum
+Francon-Roark
+erectus
+habilis
+Paleontology
+Princeton
+Rodring
+dah
+Grande
+Dominguez
+Naaah
+Gaaaaiiiiill
+Ehhhm
+boys’
+Roark's
+girls’
+Hmmm
+Yep
+aanimated
+Brigitte
+de-Nouver
+aan
+Musaa3adah
+Musaa3adha
+Ehhmm
+Ehmm
+Oooh
+Errgggh
+Ehmmmm
+Bronté
+Hhhhiiiiii
+Ahmmm
+Ahmm
+Geller
+ya
+Dah
+Heckels
+Toohey's
+Wha
+wha
+Taj
+Mahal
+Austen
+Orange-colored
+Ross’
+Bing
+Hiaaa
+y’know
+ahmmm
+buffled
+Francon
+Rousley
+emm
+Yoooouuuu
+du
+jour
+Oooohhh
+Catherine's
+Ahaa
+Wanna
+Hrrr
+Holcombe
+

File lib/screenplay-xml/txt/TOW_Fountainhead_1.txt

 
 Joey: Yeah, but it was still good enough in the 60’s right? OK: our own version of <i>The Fountainhead</i> - here’s what I think it should look like
 
-[ The screen becomes liquidlike and blurry to indicate an imagined sequence. Then: a dramatic music is heard and a black and white screen appears with the title <i>The Fountainhead</i> and several building around. The slide changes to “Starring: Chandler Bing, Phoebe Buffet, Monica Geller” ]
+[ The screen becomes liquid-like and blurry to indicate an imagined sequence. Then: a dramatic music is heard and a black and white screen appears with the title <i>The Fountainhead</i> and several building around. The slide changes to “Starring: Chandler Bing, Phoebe Buffet, Monica Geller” ]
 
 Ross’ Voice: Let’s skip the opening, OK.
 
 
 Roark: Hmmm… this one [ points to a picture].
 
-Dean: OK. Can you please climb this chair, and put it on top of the fireplace instead of the other photograph? [Roark does so, and replaces a photograph of the Partenon, with a black and white photo of the Taj Mahal]
+Dean: OK. Can you please climb this chair, and put it on top of the fireplace instead of the other photograph? [Roark does so, and replaces a photograph of the Parthenon, with a black and white photo of the Taj Mahal]
 
 Dean: Thanks. Could you believe that it’s some gigantic grave in India that no-one ever heard about?
 
 
 Chandler: [Joyfully.] Peter Keating it is.
 
-[Cut to Roark and Keeting]
+[Cut to Roark and Keating]
 
 Roark: Well, as far as you’re concerned - I quit.
 
-Keeting: Hey - I knew this place wasn’t big enough for you. What are you planning to do now?
+Keating: Hey - I knew this place wasn’t big enough for you. What are you planning to do now?
 
 Roark: Travel to New-York, and um… work for Henry Cameron.
 
-Keeting: That loser? … I mean: well, you’re the architectural genius around here. Listen, why don’t we get to the big apple together, and keep in touch. I’m going to find myself a nice job and all, but I suppose I can arrange you guys a commission or two. I’m good at those things.
+Keating: That loser? … I mean: well, you’re the architectural genius around here. Listen, why don’t we get to the big apple together, and keep in touch. I’m going to find myself a nice job and all, but I suppose I can arrange you guys a commission or two. I’m good at those things.
 
 Roark: [Laconically] Yes, Peter. You are.
 
 Cameron, Roark and Keating smiling; Roark and Cameron fighting while Peter
 tries to calm them down; a photo of the Keating Foundation. ]
 
-[Cut to Catherine’s apartment. She is hosting a book discussion with many of her female friends. Sophie (depicted by Bonnie, the friend Phoebe fixed up with ross) with long blonde hear and looking in her Victorian prime is there.]
+[Cut to Catherine’s apartment. She is hosting a book discussion with many of her female friends. Sophie (depicted by Bonnie, the friend Phoebe fixed up with Ross) with long blonde hear and looking in her Victorian prime is there.]
 
 Catherine’s Female Friend No. 1: So I was thinking Jane has no choice but to go back to Mr. Rochester. Otherwise, the readers will say: hey, it was a great story, but the ending is <b>so</b> out of place.
 
 
 Sophie: You won’t survive.
 
-Catherine: Of course I would. I’m like a cat: nine lives. [climbs on the small airplane] Bye!
+Catherine: Of course I would. I’m like a cat: nine lives. [climbs on the small aeroplane] Bye!
 
-[Cut to airplane. There’s a pilot in the front seat. Catherine is seating in the back.]
+[Cut to the aeroplane. There’s a pilot in the front seat. Catherine is seating in the back.]
 
-Airplane’s Pilot: There’s Jamaica down there.
+Aeroplane’s Pilot: There’s Jamaica down there.
 
 Catherine: Thanks God.
 
-[The engine stops hissling.]
+[The engine stops hissing.]
 
 Pilot: Remember I told you how to use your parachute?
 
 
 Wynand: Hey, Mr. Roark, Mr. Keating - welcome to Jamaica. My name is Gail Wynand, you must have heard of me, but here’s my card, just in case. [Hands them a card.]
 
-Roark: [Reading the card] “Gail Wynand. Newspaper tycoon, perpetual traveler, and famous American playboy”.
+Roark: [Reading the card] “Gail Wynand. Newspaper tycoon, perpetual traveller, and famous American playboy”.
 
 Wynand: This card is slightly out of date. I now see myself more as an <b>international</b> playboy. Anyway: meet Elizabeth, the current love of my life. [Elizabeth, depicted by Monica enters the frame.]
 
 [Cut to Monica and Rachel’s]
 
-Monica: So I get to be Wynand’s mistress de-jour?
+Monica: So I get to be Wynand’s mistress du jour?
 
 Joey: Hey, do you have a better idea?
 
 
 Roark: Gee, it was nice meeting you, Mr. Wynand, but I have a building to build. I’ll meet you all in the evening, OK?
 
-[ Roark leaves the fram. Wynand signals a local to come over.]
+[ Roark leaves the frame. Wynand signals a local to come over.]
 
 Wynand: Tell everybody that I ask them to help Howard Roark build his building.
 
 
 Wynand: So, I said to them: “No. I don’t remember seeing anyone that looks like Woodrow Wilson passing by…”
 
-[Everybody laughes.]
+[Everybody laughs.]
 
 Wynand: You know, Howard, I think you’re a great architect. And, Peter, you’re very good as a publicist.
 
 
 Catherine: I can summarise my relationship with Peter in three words: anything but sex.
 
-Dominique: Ohh! But, trust me, the anything is much better than the sex.
+Dominique: Oh! But, trust me, the anything is much better than the sex.
 
 Elizabeth: My problem with Gail is entirely different.
 
 
 [Cut to the fountain-boys.]
 
-Joey’s Voice: [Trying to sound dramatic in an old-movie style] Will the boys never stop discussing what is the best way to get out of the island? [Cut to the fountain-girls] Will the girls do something beside complaining about their love lives? [Split picture with both trios] Are six of the most competent men and women in America…
+Joey’s Voice: [Trying to sound dramatic in an old movie style] Will the boys never stop discussing what is the best way to get out of the island? [Cut to the fountain-girls] Will the girls do something beside complaining about their love lives? [Split picture with both trios] Are six of the most competent men and women in America…
 
 Wynand: Hey!
 

File lib/screenplay-xml/txt/TOW_Fountainhead_2.txt

 
 Roark: No, they are a native plant of the Old World.
 
-Dominque: Then we’re sick of eating… whatever we ate. Will you get us out of
+Dominique: Then we’re sick of eating… whatever we ate. Will you get us out of
 this island?
 
 Roark: We are discussing how to get out of here right now.
 
 [ Opening Credits ]
 
-[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]
+[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 inlaid 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 saviour of ours may understand, certainly cannot make matters worse.
 
 
 Gang Leader: Then Gail Wynand gave an order to have you killed.
 
-Keating: Hey, you can’t just shoot two defenseless men like that!
+Keating: Hey, you can’t just shoot two defenceless men like that!
 
 [Two pistols are thrown and they fall near the feet of the two.]
 
 
 [Later that night. Roark, Keating and Wynand are in the middle of the desert.]
 
-Keating: OK, Gail, I think we lost them. Roark and I have to cross the Rio-Grande, so you’ll probably want to stay here.
+Keating: OK, Gail, I think we lost them. Roark and I have to cross the Rio
+Grande, so you’ll probably want to stay here.
 
 Wynand: Naaah, I’ll join you just for the excitement. Besides, those Indians may see me as a fallen god or something, so it might be dangerous for me to stay here too.
 
 
 Wynand: Pedro? You’ve met the old chap? That’s great! How he’s doing nowadays?
 
-Roark: Oh, he’s fine. He has saved us and everything, because he seems to be theonly rational thinker in Mexico.
+Roark: Oh, he’s fine. He has saved us and everything, because he seems to be
+the only rational thinker in Mexico.
 
 Wynand: Yes, I always liked him. I think that once we return to New York…
 
 
 Wynand: In a couple of hours.
 
-[Cut to a long shot of the boat. It’s evening. Cut to a corridor inside the boat. Wyand and Elizabeth enter it from one of the rooms. ]
+[Cut to a long shot of the boat. It’s evening. Cut to a corridor inside the boat. Wynand and Elizabeth enter it from one of the rooms. ]
 
 Elizabeth: Gail, there’s something I’ve got to tell you.
 
 
 [Dominique takes out a gift package, and presents it to Roark.]
 
-Dominque: Now, you can open them.
+Dominique: Now, you can open them.
 
 Roark: [Opens his eyes] A present, for me?
 
 
 Joey: Yeah, I guess. Now let’s make those cool epilogues.
 
-Ross: OK. After five years, Roark felt that he reached saturation as an architect [cut to an excavation site], so he and Cameron went to pioneer the field of paleontology.
+Ross: OK. After five years, Roark felt that he reached saturation as an architect [cut to an excavation site], so he and Cameron went to pioneer the field of Paleontology.
 
-Roark: I think this bone belongs to a Homo Habilis.
+Roark: I think this bone belongs to a Homo habilis.
 
-Cameron: No, look at the tip. It’s definitely a Home Erectus.
+Cameron: No, look at the tip. It’s definitely a Home erectus.
 
-Roark: Homo Habilis.
+Roark: Homo habilis.
 
-Cameron: Homo Erectus.
+Cameron: Homo erectus.
 
 Roark: I can’t work with you. You’re like my father.
 

File t2/humour/TOWTF/index.html.wml

 I am theoretically protected by the Copyright’s
 <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fair_use#Fair_use_and_parody">“right of
 parody”</a> as part of ”Fair Use”. There are other parodies of Ayn Rand works
-online and possibely offline, and no one was sued yet.
+online and possibly offline, and no one was sued yet.
 </p>
 
 <p>
 <p>
 All the text in <i>The One with the Fountainhead</i> is original, and as far as
 I’m concerned can be used under the terms of
-<a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/">the Creative Commmons
+<a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/">the Creative Commons
 Attribution-ShareAlike licence Unported (CC-by-sa), either version 3.0, or at
 your option any later version</a>, but like I said, the situation is
 more complicated than that.
 <li>
 <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Fountainhead"><i>The
 Fountainhead</i></a>
-- the actual novel by Ayn Rand, which I have read, and enjoyed immensly and it
+- the actual novel by Ayn Rand, which I have read, and enjoyed immensely and it
 is probably my favourite “Adult-oriented book”. I have heard mixed opinions of
 it from other people who have read it, but even people who hated the book
 appear to enjoy my parody.