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The Face of OA

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Recently, I came home after running a bunch of errands and realized I’d been wearing my name badge the whole time. Not only that, I had conducted my last transaction at a supermarket with mustard on my nose. I couldn’t help but wonder what people thought of me. What kind of impression did I make, and what would people think about the organization whose badge I wore? At a recent OA event, members presented a humorous skit that portrayed OA members misbehaving at a restaurant. During interactions with the waitstaff, these representatives of our program made complete pests of themselves.

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