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Start yesterday

It’s almost a month ago since we last updated you with a new batch of A-Typicalness, but don’t let that get your spirit down. We’re still here, for those of you that are still reading. 2016 is finally over. Today also marks a special day of 2017 since it’s “Blue Monday”, which is the most depressing day for those living on the northern hemisphere. It’s … Continue reading Start yesterday

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You’re no exception to the rule

Singapore is a great little country in Southeast Asia that is definitely worth a visit. Unless you plan on bringing drugs. I’m not writing this as a warning, I don’t think you should be using drugs period. Unless it’s for medical reasons of course. Possession of drugs can get you the death penalty in some countries, Singapore being one of them. You can also get … Continue reading You’re no exception to the rule

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6 things you’re not looking forward to this Christmas

Christmas is nearly upon us and A-Typical is more than a year old! I know we didn’t celebrate our anniversary and I would tell you it’s because we don’t care about anniversaries but truth be told, we forgot. We also don’t really care for anniversaries. We’d like to take us remembering as an opportunity to thank all who read and have read our blog. Thanks … Continue reading 6 things you’re not looking forward to this Christmas

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We want a future

At A-Typical we’re fascinated about all the possibilities that will become available to us in the future. We love science, even though we are definitely not experts or scientists for that matter, it does interest us greatly. And if you have been reading our previous blogs, you probably know this. One thing we haven’t talked about that much however is a subject that can be … Continue reading We want a future

Some uplifting news you might have missed

The US presidential election was one week ago today and it was all the world could talk about. The Trump storm has not yet settled and it probably won’t settle anytime soon. Media is still heavily covering the election of Donald Trump because like always, the world seems to revolve around the US. Amidst the riots, the politicians speaking out and all the other nastiness … Continue reading Some uplifting news you might have missed

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The Divided States of America

Watching the US election from afar is like watching a burning house that isn’t your own. You feel bad for the victims of the fire, you worry the fire will spread to the neighbours and the pyromaniacs that lit it will surely not shy away from burning down more than their own land. The US election, as for many elections, as for many “adult” business … Continue reading The Divided States of America

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The earth is not flat

We are definitely open-minded and we like to dabble into the mysterious but there comes a point were you just gotta tell yourself: “It’s time to stop.”. As fun as it is to speculate about speculations, there comes a point when these speculations become downright ridiculous. The majority of the conspiracy theorists among us believe they have all the answers. That they have attained some … Continue reading The earth is not flat

You might fail, but you’ll never Segway

“I’ll just Segway to your place when I’m ready.” – No one, ever The Segway was supposed to be a revolutionary way of transport, literally reinventing the wheel. It wasn’t walking and it wasn’t driving either. It was supposed to become more than just a hype or a fad but today the traffic landscapes of the world are not filled by the Segway because it … Continue reading You might fail, but you’ll never Segway

Here’s what we think about politics:

My interest in politics is probably just as much as any average adult: When the time comes around to vote, I look at my options and I make a well balanced choice. What happens afterwards is absolutely mind boggling, because I don’t give one little sh*t whatsoever about how politicians handle their promises or how my country is being governed. I live in the Netherlands and … Continue reading Here’s what we think about politics: