BDUBS Blazin Hot Sauce Training
In this video, Michael and James from Alarm Grid act like fools and shove Taco Bell Tacos slathered in Buffalo Wild Wings Blazin' Sauce into their faces.
Hi, DIYers. This is Michael from Alarm Grid. And I'm James, also from Alarm Grid. And today, we have some blazing sauce from Buffalo Wild Wings, and we have tacos from Taco Bell, because we figured this would be a fun way to prepare for the challenge that we're hoping to do tomorrow, if they will allow us-- because of COVID, they might not allow us, but we're going to slather these tacos in some blazing sauce and see how it goes. I have a drink to save me-- I have a Taco Bell freezy Freeze. James has water, which really isn't going to help him at all-- but I guess we'll just open these up. Yeah, let's do this. We don't have any napkins or anything, and we're pretty [BLEEP],, so let's see how this goes. Yeah, you take this-- OK, there you go. And so we have the sauce here. We don't have a receipt this time because the guy was cool and didn't charge me, and I figured-- Ooh. Yeah. Yeah-- It smells hot. Yeah, I figured. Just dump it all-- [CHUCKLES] up in there, so-- here we go, and-- there, we'll use one each. We have a third one, just in case anybody else in the office wants to try it, but-- no. I'm going to start with the beef one, I guess-- all right, no, I want to do it with the one. There you go. Um, so-- yeah, I put, like, a bunch in there. Oh man, this is going to be messy. Oh, boy. That's why I took out the Alarm Grid shirt, I didn't want to mess it up. OK, well-- we'll do a cheers. You ready? [CHUCKLES] All right, and-- Cheers! Here we go. Wow. I just want to go on record saying it's super hot, and I'm in a lot of pain. Mm. Wow! Awesome, thank you. Mm. Mm. Oh my god, it's good. Mm. Man. It's a hella lot easier than the chicken tenders last night. Mm! Done. We're done, I did that in, like, 30 seconds. Mm! It's done. That was good! Oh! Yeah, it's hot. [GRUMBLING] Mm. Yeah. That's hot. Ah, it got my nose. [GRUMBLING] OK, OK-- Mm. Is it fair for us to clean up our hands? I think so, at this point. OK. All right, that's fair. We have some napkins here from Taco Bell. Here. But I think we have to wait it out a little bit. Yeah, yeah. Wash your hands. That was good! That was pretty good. The Taco Bell tortilla helps a lot. Very-- very much, and the fact that there's a little bit cheese in there, kinda lended itself-- [COUGHS] to the goodness. Mm, mm. Yeah, I'm gonna dangle a little bit more here. Oh, it's all yours. Oh my god, that's hot. That's definitely easier than the wing challenge, or the tenders that I did last night, which you probably won't see that video, but-- we're gonna-- we time ourselves for five minutes. Dried it up, can we get, like, a clock going? Yeah, probably, but I can't function right now. OK. [COUGHS] I got-- I got my phone. [HEAVY MOUTH BREATHING] I think we should put it to three minutes cause we've had two minutes of suffering already. No, no-- we need to do five. Where-- I don't know where the stopwatch is. We'll just time it at 1:45. We can do it. So it's 1:40-- 1:40 right now. We're going to wait it out. So now, we shoot [BLEEP] for five minutes. What should we talk about? Well, we can talk about Z-Wave device limits on the 2 gig DC2. OK, I hear it-- OK. That there's 232-- Yeah, but that's for local control only. So the 2GIG GC2 and GC2e-- they have a built-in Z-Wave controller. The 2GIG GC2e has a Z-Wave Plus controller, but the GC2 has a standard Z-Wave controller-- but you can pair a Z-Wave ends with Plus devices with them. And so you pair them with the system, and you control locally at panel-- but if your system's monitored-- you want to take it from here? Yeah, if it's monitored by alarm.com, only 122 devices will be sent over to alarm.com-- so whatever 232 minus 122 is, that's how much is going to alarm back on. [CHUCKLES] So it's the first 122 that you have-- Yeah. They get pushed over, and then the advantage to alarm.com is that you can do smart scenes, and you can do remote control-- so you control your lights, locks-- Z-Wave thermostat from pretty much anywhere in the world-- With a connection to the internet. Load 'em up on an app on your smartphone and include a smart teens-- they activate automatically based on events or on a schedule, it's really cool. But once you have that 123rd Z-Wave device-- [COUGHS] I think I'm feeling pretty good. Yeah! Yeah. Once you add that 123rd Z-Wave device, it will only be for local control only. And then, if you want to have it-- if you have a device you really want, you have to go back and delete devices so you're down to 121, and make sure alarm.com updates so you don't-- so it know that you're under the limit, then you add that one 122nd device, it'll add right in. Yup. And then you can go back and add the devices that you deleted, so that way, they appear on a panel for local control. Maybe it's not as important that you have them for remote access, and it's [BLEEP] good that I don't have to, like, really pay [INAUDIBLE] in this video-- I missed it-- say whatever I want, this is nice. Let's keep it good-- PG. We got three minutes-- well, I've cussed a few times. We're already past it-- we're already on PG-13 status-- you know. But this is just for company purposes only, so-- [CHUCKLES] All right, so what's the advantage, and what's the disadvantage of only having 122 devices? Bad time. Well, it's that they get pushed over to warm back up. Right. Once done. So the idea of having 122 devices to be able to be monitored anywhere is to have those devices be the most important devices, most important entry exits-- the ones that you really, really want to keep a good eye on. You stay behind the camera. I'll stay behind the camera. [LAUGHTER] Let's see-- we can do another one. OK-- so we're going to talk about the number of wireless zones-- Oh, it's going away. Yeah, it does. It does go away. [INAUDIBLE] the number of wireless zones available on the Honeywell Lyric Alarm System. Now you have 128 wireless zones available on the Honeywell Lyric Alarm System, and this system supports a diverse range of sensors. It supports its zone-exclusive Honeywell 6 Series Sensors, which are encrypted-- they use 128-bit AES encryption, and they work great if you're looking for added security-- you can't snuff those, you can't hack those or anything-- at least, they're very, very hard to hack. But if you have older Honeywell 5800 Sensors, or you have some 2GIG 345MHz Sensors, then you can pair those with the Lyric as well. And all of these count towards the wireless zone limit. Most sensors will only use one wireless zone, but there are some like the Honeywell 50NR combo, the six combo, that will multiple zones if you want the full functionality. My hands are shaking. It's up right in here. We got two months left. Why is time going so slow? Yeah. I lied, we were actually done a little bit ago. No, not really. [LAUGHTER] No. But you pair them with the system and it works pretty well. So that's how you-- that's how many Z-Wave devices you would have on Honeywell Lyric Alarm System-- and we're not doing any more, we're just going to wait it out for another minute. So it's 1:24-- 1:44. My hands are shaking. I can't feel the area around my mouth and I'm very afraid. I feel pretty good-- what I tried to do is I mostly swallowed it. So I did-- I was like, just-- all right. It's all over my-- It's all over my-- It would have been harder to get hard tacos. My legs are shaking. I didn't think about that. Yeah, thank god you didn't. Yeah. Let me get a little bit more of that. Yeah, have fun with that. OK, here we go. Yeah, all right. I'm being careful. OK. Oh. So that's-- 350,000 Scoville Heat Units to the face. If you've ever seen the show, Hot Ones, they get up to two million plus. So we did nothing here, but they just-- they like to put a little dab on there, don't they? Yeah, but the wings are also cooked in it. Oh, yeah. And I asked the guy at Buffalo Wild Wings, and he said-- most likely we won't be able to do it tomorrow, but he did say that they bring it out as hot as we got them to make it as difficult as possible, and we've reached a limit, so I think we can drink our stuff now. You think so? That fair? Is that fair? You think that's OK, guys? I don't care if you think it's fair. OK, here we go. We're doing it. I'm gonna wait a little bit, but here, you can have yours. [CHUCKLES] But the five minutes is over. I know, but I'm just-- What's the five minutes? I lied, it's going to be a couple-- OK, we're just going to do it. What time is it? Oh, it's past 1:45. Oh, good. Yeah, it's like almost 1:46. Cheers. All right, cheers. I'm just a glutton for punishment here, let me get a little bit more of this, actually. Wow, that significantly reduced-- oh, but it's all in here. It's all in here. OK, I mean-- It's in my tummy. I've proven that I can go without this, so I'm just going to go ahead and do it, just trying to save myself the trouble. It's in my tummy, I feel like an alien. It's going to come out. Mm. Mm. But-- We did it! We did it. We did it-- we kicked ass. [CHUCKLES] Now, all we gotta do is set ourselves up if they do those wings. Oh, man-- they better. I really hope they do. Now, I know Julia wants us to get up those device limit videos, but I think this one, this one takes priority. It's rendering right now. Oh, sweet. I'd say this one-- Oh, one's already up. OK. [COUGHS] I think this one needs to just go up as soon as possible, though. I think you're right, I think you're right. [CHUCKLES] That was so much fun. OK. All right. All right, I've been messing around for the past hour, so I've got to go back to work, but, no-- so that's how you eat Taco Bell tacos slathered in Buffalo Wild Wings Blazing Sauce. The hottest sauce they have to offer. Yes. If you find this video helpful, make sure to give it a thumbs up below, and remember to subscribe to our channel to get updates on future videos-- and if you need any help on Buffalo Wild Wings or Blazing Sauce, or you have questions about alarm monitoring, send us an email at email@example.com. Hope you found the video helpful. Have a good day, bye.