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I had a wonderful experience with some fellow OA members recently. We showed up at our meeting place and could not get in. The door had a timer lock with no key, and it did not open. How is this wonderful? I’m getting to that. We waited ten minutes after the meeting start time, then decided to head to a local restaurant. The restaurant we chose looked open, but the doors were locked, so we headed across the street to a different restaurant. One member commented that the forces of evil were working to keep us from having a meeting.

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