You visit the store. You want to pick out a puzzle to put together during a family visit. You look over the available options and after careful consideration you pick one. It's reasonably priced and of reasonable difficulty and so you buy it. You take it home. You put it together over drinks and unwrapping of Christmas presents and Easter dinner and you make talk and your life goes on and you never think any more about it. Your life moves on.

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You never think about the puzzles left incomplete on the shelves. Or the puzzles that came before them. Or the puzzles that came after.

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