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Going Dutch

Readers will know how much Astragal enjoys national stereotypes. And no nation tickles his fancy more than the ‘craazy’ Dutch. When not sticking their fingers in dykes, Astragal believes, the average Hollander can be found cycling through the red-light district puffing on a hefty jazz fag. And this belief has only been confirmed by the behaviour of OMA’s press office in Rotterdam. Astragal made the mistake of trying to contact Rem Koolhaas’ acolytes using a phone number ...

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