Monthly Archives: September 2010

Brighton Chilli Festival today; Argus House tomorrow morning

Today’s chilli festival was impressive on a whole new scale. The Scoville Scale was developed to measure the strength of spicy stuff, with 0 being your average bell pepper, 5,000,000 being pepper spray, and 15,000,000 being pure capsaicin – look … Continue reading

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My New Favourite Cave

La Cave á Fromage, just over the border into Hove, is my new local. I have relinquished the idea of going to a pub for a pint after work – instead, I will spend my weekends, lunchbreaks and days off … Continue reading

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Stowaways!

I found this in the depths of my engine the other week. I was amused but thought nothing of it, hoping it would fall out of its own accord, ideally without wrecking anything. Since then, it remained stubbornly wedged for … Continue reading

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Pah, full of food I don’t want to have inside me.

I feel I have properly moved in now – there’s a mattress, a table, and all my things are here. There was no room for furniture in the car, on account of the mattress occupying most of the available space. … Continue reading

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No Messing

I found this in the Five Ways area on my way to buy red peppers at the Co-op. If you saw a giggling man taking a photograph of a bin on his phone, yeah that was me. I’m not even … Continue reading

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Good Morning Brighton

A new dawn, a new blog. I’m not normally an optimistic person, but I think that blogging about Brighton is probably the best way to learn about Brighton and blogging. Brighton and the blogosphere are actually quite similar. Both are … Continue reading

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