You never have to look far for an error in closed captioning (where you shouldn’t see it)

Here’s my latest example of stupidity in closed captioning on television. Remember, if a show is live, it’s always understandable that errors will happen. However, on movies and syndicated shows, it’s a sign of stupidity and the cheapness that goes with not making it right. Here’s a prime example. In John Wayne’s 1968 statement film “The Green Berets” about the Vietnam war (OK, I’m not talking politics today), the character talks about the Montagnards – click to see the definition of the Highlands people of that country. Unfortunately, an idiot or nothing more than the idiocy of voice recognition has them as “molten yards.” Stupid, stupid, stupid. Oh, the spot of color at right in the photo is a reflection on my TV. I took the photo off our TV on Nov. 4, 2019, after having recorded the movie on our DVR. Click here for my photos of errors in closed captioning on TV … (Remember: Click on the image for a bigger version – then click on that one for the full-size photo.)

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