Stan Dup // Advocacy
Stan Dup encourages others to fight for what’s right.
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Stan was unbelievably excited.
The alders of Nanook were planning a huge, new public flower field atop a beautiful, fluffy cloud, perfect for picnics and playing and photos. Stan was unbelievably excited for this new facility in which to frolic because she was a true stamen stan; She simply loved flowers.
At Nanook’s public open house about the new cloud field, though, she noticed something: the field could only be reached by a ladder.
When Stan got home, she looked up the alders on Nanook’s website and wrote to each of them on the delicate wings of a butterfly: “I’m unbelievably excited for this new facility in which to frolic because I am a true stamen stan,” she said in her b-mail to one official, Alder Tree. “I’m worried, though, that the cloud only will only include a ladder. I hope you will also include a hoist in this and future cloud fields to help ensure all members of our community can get there to frolic.”
At their next meeting, the alders considered the request. “It’s a good idea,” said one. “It could lift picnic baskets to the cloud, too,” said another. “If we made the cloud smaller, the budget doesn’t have to change,” said a third. The change order passed 6 to 0 (with one alder, who owned a cloud-construction company, recusing themself).
Once the cloud field opened, Stan visited almost every day. And she never worried about who she invited along not being able to get up.