Ashley responded to me in this thread:
the 'on touch end' event takes a zero-based index of a touch, but you're passing the touch ID which is an arbitrary number uniquely identifying a touch.
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I think he means that the problem is 'on touch end' expects a specific numeric index (number of touches) but I'm passing it the random unique number of the puck.
I thought this line was saying "when the specific touch on this puck ends" but apparently not.
Does anyone know of a way to say that?