Apparently in the US Senate one can revise the remarks you address to the floor. The Congressional Record
, the daily transcript of activities, can therefore carry a longer version of what you ‘said’, once these so-called 'extension of remarks
’ are added (all gleaned from this story by Derek Willis
). In comparison, the British parliament’s written record, Hansard
, is a verbatim
transcript of all that's said and nothing more. This seems a bit more honest, no?
We have a new photo gallery, downtown
(which isn't a strictly accurate description). There's also part one of cryonics
to check out. We promise to do something about our overall 'look and feel' soon - time for another overhaul.