Reading While Eating for April 27: The Eagle Has Landed

Who cares what else happened today, because the only thing we're looking at over lunch are pictures of the Space Shuttle on top of a plane.

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Space shuttle Enterprise, riding on the back of the NASA 747 Shuttle Carrier Aircraft, cruises over the Hudson river, Friday, April 27, 2012 in New York.

Awesomeness: Buzzfeed is first past the post with 25 excellent photos of the shuttle Enterprise buzzing (see what we did there) New York City. Look, up in the sky! It’s a Bloomberg Businessweek cover! (Buzzfeed)

How’d They Do That? TIME’s Jeff Kluger explains how to put a plane on top of another plane. (

I Know That Guy: A brief history of the international ‘Mens’ Room’ symbol, and how he got that way. (Mental Floss)

Just a Reminder: In case you forgot who killed Osama Bin Laden, Bill Clinton wants to you to know: it was President Obama. And he means that in a totally depoliticized, nonpartisan way. (The Daily

Reading Rooms: Look at 10 beautiful pictures of buildings made out of books. Great — now we know what to do with them since everybody’s buying a Kindle, anyway. (Flavorwire)

What’s a Centagenarian Gotta Do? Guinness World Records is refusing to acknowledge 101-year-old Fauja Singh’s claim to be the oldest marathoner in the world, since he doesn’t have a birth certificate to prove it. (Divanee)

Happy Anniversary to the Royal Couple! Now let’s all look at pictures of Kate Middleton. (Go Fug Yourself)

Now We Know Why He’s Lonely: What’s the best way to make a slightly ridiculous video by The Black Keys even more ridiculous? Play ‘Lonely Boy’ on spoons. (Viral Viral Video)