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… Or Just Buy Your Lunch From a Sandwich-Construction Specialist

R.R. & R.P.

WHAT DOES THE discriminating desk jockey look for in a sandwich? Neatness counts. Careful construction is key. You don’t want unwieldy garnishes and crumbly bits spilling onto your keypad. Minimalism is the ticket. A $28 2nd Ave Deli combo might be a beautiful thing, but the postprandial bloat it induces will kill your afternoon

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