England car flags being sold for a discount at a supermarket in London, after England's first-round exit from the Football World Cup.
If I had any sense I would buy the lot, and sell them before Euro 2016 at a 700% profit.
|Base photo:||31 May 2014|
|Mouseover photo:||13 November 2011|
|Approx. coordinates:||51.487°N, 0.008°W|
|•||As it is inconvenient to flip or remove rotis which are in the middle or bottom of the stack, I designed the algorithm so that (a) the flip operation only involves flipping either the top roti or the whole stack, and (b) once a roti cooked on both sides, the next action always brings it to the top of the stack whence it can easily be removed.|
|•||On high heat, the Lowest Side gets cooked before it can conduct much heat to the roti above it. So while the Lowest Side is being cooked, the states of any rotis above the bottom roti are not significantly affected.|
|•||To make multiple rotis at once, the dough has to be fairly dry so that the rotis in the stack do not stick to each other. If they're still sticky, it helps to spread a thin film of dry atta on each roti.|
|•||It is rarely necessary and never practical to cook more than 5-6 rotis at a time, because the time thereby saved is offset by the difficulty of flipping several rotis at once. But the algorithm works for any number of rotis.|
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<nobr>"(S)he</nobr> did it!"
<nobr>has been deemed a non-standard element, but the same effect can be achieved with CSS:
<span style="white-space:nowrap;">"(S)he</span> did it!"