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The future puzzle

When we attack a puzzle for fun, say a 1000-piece puzzle, we start with the edges. Those telltale little pieces with flat on one side that define the scene’s boundaries. Particularly helpful are the corner pieces. Of course, the very first thing we look at is the picture. What is this puzzle supposed to look like when it’s done? Some call that cheating, but why would they put it on the box cover if they didn’t want us to see it?

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