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Enigma - The Human Jigsaw Puzzle
Dan Chusid '05

Enigma - The Human Jigsaw Puzzle





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Fuzychiapet 01-May-2010 05:15
I just saw him on the X-Files DVD - Episode called "Humbug". He had alot less blue filled pieces.
Guest 03-Jan-2010 07:36
Looks like the evidence of MENTAL ILLNESS of some sort. I feel sorry for him.
Guest 29-Dec-2008 02:05
I met this guy in NYC today, he was really nice
BleuEvanescence25-Feb-2008 08:32
I wonder what this will look like at 80years old...
and this questioning goes for all the large tattoos.
olivier bruning06-Oct-2007 23:39
OMG! totally puzzling!
Thomas 04-Sep-2007 16:02
each to there own if this makes this guy happy then why not he's not doing any harm to anyone. great tat.

Thomas, Ireland
Wei O'Connell12-Jul-2007 04:47
Unbelievable!!!!
yvettephoto10-Jul-2007 11:59
Interesting.... :)

Yvette :)
Dave Collier02-Jul-2007 20:34
This guy reminds me of a short story called "The Illustrated Man" from a book called the "Golden Apples of the Sun" by Ray Bradbury. If you haven't read it, try it - it's cool!
FairEnigma04-Apr-2007 06:33
0w?!
Guest 17-Jun-2006 00:17
hey, that's Enigma! local boy. awesome.
Guest 01-Sep-2005 04:41
I knew him back when he went by the name of "Slug" in the Jim Rose sideshow. He did simple geek stuff like eating bugs. He also swallowed swords, but the coolest thing was original to him. He'd lift weights with his *eyeballs*. He drilled holes in quarters so he could tie strings to them with fish weights or crystals on them. Then he'd slip the quarters into his eyesockets, under his eyeballs, squeeze his eyelids shut and lift the things up. After he set them down again, he'd open his eyes and the quarters would slowly slide up and then *pop* out.
I haven't seen him since he only had about 10% of the puzzle pieces blue-ed in. Before the horns, even.
ted 31-Jul-2005 04:46
This guy had a part in an episode of the X-Files (season 2, Ep. 20) as a character named "The Conundrum". He was a member of the Jim Rose Circus Show.
ted 31-Jul-2005 04:46
This guy had a part in an episode of the X-Files (season 2, Ep. 20) as a character named "The Conundrum". He was a member of the Jim Rose Circus Show.
Guest 26-Jul-2005 05:09
He gives brain tumors a bad name.
Di18-Jul-2005 21:10
What I love most about this image is the look on the guys face standing behind him. I just don't understand what compels people to do this. Don't think I ever will.
Ray :)18-Jul-2005 20:22
So did the jigsaw cover all of his body? I guess the horn was formed by the bits not fitting properly.
laine8218-Jul-2005 19:43
Not before lunch pleeese, LOL!!
Pepe Zyman18-Jul-2005 16:49
LOL! How long did they take for the make up?
Al Chesworth18-Jul-2005 16:49
Funny looking chap without a known father.
JeremyGood18-Jul-2005 15:45
The horns make me a bit squeamish. I hate to think of what he had to go through to get them.
Guest 18-Jul-2005 14:48
I'm intruiged by the "horn"....

Also, I was thinking that the guy in Silence of the Lambs, the one who yells, "It puts the lotion in the basket..." HE might like this guys skin!
noearlybird18-Jul-2005 14:31
the guy behind him seems to be looking down a bit inappropriately . Best thing about this guy is that his pieces don't come apart all over the living room floor.
Chuck Inglefield18-Jul-2005 14:28
You hang out in some interesting places.
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