Theater chain sued over lack of captioning
Deaf and hard-of-hearing moviegoers filed suit in Alameda County Tuesday against Cinemark, the nation's third-largest theater chain, for refusing to install closed-captioning equipment that would let them read the dialogue in films they can't hear.
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#1 Dec 3, 2010
Oh shut up and stay home and watch movies with those dang caption thngs on TV and DVD. I am so tired of these geeks thinking they can do evrything us normal people can do. There are some things they can do like play with their weiners but others they cant do. That aint no rocket science amigo. Next thing them lie-bral do gooders will want is to have the movie theaters hire blind people as movie projectists. Now wont that just frost your balls pardon my French people but those people piss me off sometimes you know. THats all she wrote.
#3 Oct 17, 2011
Good. You deserve it.
#4 Aug 15, 2014
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