Shrugs shoulders [ In Spanish ]
it means there are no subtitles for the foreign language when you turn the subtitles off. i never thought i would have to explain that
Could be helpful for deaf people who don’t know the language changed, but otherwise pretty useless
@Nosferatu Zodd, which is who subtitles were originally intended for. "english (or whatever language) for the deaf and hard of hearing"
*laughs in spanish*
As someone who speaks Spanish fluently, no it's not useless.
@El Batman, ¿Taco taco piñata matador?
@Anass Rhammer, si?
@Click To Login, you speak Spanish too!!?
@Anass Rhammer, si amigo taco taco dora Ferdinand.
@Click To Login, Man, I wish I could speak Spanish
chips & salsa
@Midnite St0rm, you can speak any language if you have a translator
@muckian21, thats how i learned
@Anass Rhammer, my mother did no such thing!
I work as a closed caption for a bit of extra cash. Most firms wont let you translate even if you know what they’re saying, I guess for quality assurance or something.
So are reposts but eh
*responds in a foreign language*
What's even worse is when the closed captioning shows this over the subtitles that are translating it.
No it’s not. Remember there is a lifeguard for the swimming events at the olympics.
@BigJohnson86, yes... Because if one of the swimmers pulls a muscle or gets injured they might not be able to keep swimming, and if they didn't have one and anything ever happened there would be lawsuits.
@LoZ Fanatic, they are olympians not 5 yr olds. They can tread water back to the side cuz that lifeguard ain’t diving in mid race. They gonna get rescued faster if they do it themselves.
@BigJohnson86, it's more of a liability thing than a likelihood thing. While it is very unlikely anything could happen, they need to be prepared if it does. If a swimmer has a heart attack or a stroke and then drown because of it do YOU really wanna be known as the guy who said we don't need life guards and indirectly cause the death?
@LoZ Fanatic, and that’s why they’re useless. They exist to check a box they wouldn’t be expected to complete in the unlikely event that box ever was needed