Q: How do parliamentarians change a light bulb?
A: "The motion as to changing the light bulb shall properly be brought under new business. When the main motion has been made and seconded,amendments as to the acquisition of a ladder and/or the disposal of the old light bulb may then be brought. When the motion has been perfected, the moderator shall read the text of the motion. If there is insufficient light by which the moderator may read, then the motion shall fail and no action shall be taken."
We had a humorous example of how things "work" in such Roberts ruled settings when the moderator asked for a vote to see if the Assembly wanted to extend debate for 5 minutes. When the vote was taken, it was too close to call by a hand count, so the floor clerks had to manually count by section. It then took 15 minutes to determine if we should extend debate for 5 minutes.
Presbyterianism has rightly been called the worst form of church government EXCEPT for all the other forms!