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Pink's Hot Dogs Love Classical Music

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Do you love Pink's as much as you love classical music? As part of the welcoming video package yesterday for the new 27-year-old new conductor of the LA Philharmonic, Gustavo Dudamel, pinks took two hot dogs and wrote "Welcome Gustavo!" on two hot dogs. No word yet if they'll name a dog after him, but what would Venezuelan hot dog be like?

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