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Bacon-Wrapped Hot Dogs Have Rights, Too

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Both Reason Magazine and The Desert Dispatch have chimed in on the LAPD's crackdown on bacon-wrapped hot dog vendors in Hollywood last Friday night. "Most disturbing is that apparently, the police simply destroyed all the carts and all the contents without involving that crazy little creation we have here in the United States called 'the justice system,'” wrote the Dispatch in an editorial. Reason writes that this "story has everything: class warfare, racism, protection rackets, relish, and mustard."