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Published on Oct 8, 2011
When the General Assembly meets the people use hand signals to convey how they feel about what is being said. The use of hand signals allows the speaker to continue talking without interruption, though the audience is still communicating their approval or disagreement. Plus, wiggling your fingers is fun!
Thanks to the Press Team's Mark Bray for the explanation.