Today, Maurice Williamson delivered his opinion in the New Zealand legislature. I wish all lawmakers could be so entertaining.
Shortly afterward, New Zealand's parliament passed a bill amending the definition of marriage to include same sex couples. When the vote was announceed, the gallery broke into song, singing "Pokarekare Ana," a traditional Maori love song, which is viewed as an unofficial national anthem. That meant that all the legislators stood up in respect to the music. (via Metafilter)