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A Moving Jigsaw Puzzle

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  • A Moving Jigsaw Puzzle

    Who hasn't at one time or another worked on a jigsaw puzzle? This one has the addition of a little animation:

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    Re: A Moving Jigsaw Puzzle

    That was fun, and pretty easy!
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      Re: A Moving Jigsaw Puzzle

      Not bad. Fun putting the pieces together as it was moving. Easily entertained.:blush:
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