Here’s a short video I took of Trixie today exploring off the leash in the back yard. I was messing with the slow motion settings on my camera.
Update: I replaced the original video with one that has royalty free music.
Measuring a mouth-burning 1.17 million on the Scoville Scale (a measurement of the spicy heat of a chilli pepper), this is the the hottest chilli in the world, and it was grown by accident in Lincolnshire, England.
Dubbed the ‘Infinity Chilli‘ the fiery food has been tested by boffins who say it’s considerably hotter than previous title holder, the Bhut Jolokia, from India.
It was grown by Nick Woods who runs ‘Fire Foods’ from his home and says one day he notices the crossbreed chilli in his greenhouse. Intrigued, he decided to sample it, but he soon regretted the move when a powerful burning sensation hit the back of his throat and was so strong he couldn’t talk.
Chuck Lorre, the producer of the hit sitcoms “Two and a Half Men,” “Mike & Molly,” and “The Big Bang Theory,” uses a second of airtime at the end of all his shows to post a vanity card for his production company. But rather than simply showing the logo, he writes something clever each week — a tradition that goes back to his earlier shows, “Dharma & Greg,” “Grace Under Fire,” and “Cybill.” The text on the vanity cards goes by too quickly to read at normal speed, so many viewers pause the DVR to see what Chuck has on his mind, which usually elicits a smile if not a guffaw.
This week, Chuck used his moment at the end of “Two and a Half Men” to poke a little fun at the troubled star of that show, Charlie Sheen…