It has felt a bit strange, then, that the article which inspired Stitch doesn’t appear on the Stitch blog.
We thought it was high time we republished it here, updated to reflect what we’ve learned from the thousands of people who have registered for Stitch so far and told us their stories. We are all living decades longer than we once did, and are staying fitter, healthier (and in some cases, friskier) further into our wisdom years than ever before.
The response was overwhelming: 500 registrations in less than 3 days, and over 250 very detailed comments.
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A second guard showed up with a 26-year-old man who explained he was trying to park his car and go to class. The older man said, “Shut up,” and started walking to his class. The 20-year-old said he was from “Cali,” and didn’t take that kind of stuff. March 8: The woman didn’t like the way her neighbor kept smoking in the common area of the apartment complex. A sheriff’s deputy drove to the 2400 block of 96th Street South and spoke to a woman who said she’d been threatened.
He reached toward his waistband, threatened to shoot, pulled out the stun gun and triggered it. The older man ran into a classroom and told fellow students what was happening. The woman said the older neighbor next door had yelled at her about smoking in the common area.