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Shut the laptop and eat your food

Scott Levine and Bob Cavicchi enjoy a meal at Brookline’s Michael’s Deli, where diners are asked not to linger over a laptop or read at all. Scott Levine and Bob Cavicchi enjoy a meal at Brookline’s Michael’s Deli, where diners are asked not to linger over a laptop or read at all. (Photos By Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff)
By Brock Parker
Globe Correspondent / September 27, 2009

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Since he posted signs that ban reading in his Brookline restaurant, Michael’s Deli, Michael Sobelman said, he’s sometimes been referred to as the “Deli Nazi.’’ (Full article: 550 words)

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