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Star Trek 50th Anniversary Puzzle Has 3000 Pieces of Frustration

by Shane McGlaun
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Growing up, my grandfather was a big fan of jigsaw puzzles, and always had one out on the table that he was working on. Once he finished them, he would glue the pieces together and hang them on the wall. I never had the patience for puzzles, especially the complicated ones that had huge amounts of tiny pieces.

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I’d go insane trying to work on this 35″ x 45″ 50th anniversary Star Trek puzzle with 3,000 pieces. Artist Dusty Abell says the image includes at least one character, entity, starship, or structure from every episode of the original series, and if you don’t believe him – here’s the key.

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You can order your frustration up from ThinkGeek for $29.99(USD). Be sure and glue it together and hang it on the wall once you’re done so you can remember that frustration forever. Or, you could skip all that hard work, and grab the ready-to-frame poster version directly from the artist’s website for $60.

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