Reading While Eating for May 15: Don’t Be Evil

In today's lunch links: Gmail explained, George Lucas' revenge and nine superweapons that didn't work.

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Madame Tussauds employee Lisa Burton poses with a paintbrush on a new figure of Britan's Queen Elizabeth, produced in honour of her Diamond Jubilee in London May 14, 2012.

Gmail! How Does It Work? The helpful folks at Google have created a video that shows what happens when you press ‘send’. Don’t tell Insane Clown Posse about this one. (Buzzfeed)

Evil Geniuses, Take Note: Heat rays, circular warships and flaming pigs: All superweapons that failed spectacularly. Mental Floss has more. (Mental Floss)

George Lucas Strikes Back: When the local homeowners association wouldn’t let him build a 300,000 sq. ft. movie studio, Lucas decided to convert the project into low-income housing. Now if only he could go back in time and kill off Jar-Jar Binks. (The Daily Wh.at)

TV’s Most Short-Lived Shows: Hey, remember Emily’s Reasons Why Not? …No? (Flavorwire)

Bizarre Love Triangle: Jeanie, Will and Adina are in a loving, long-term relationship. They are all also over the age of 80. Photos by Isadora Kosofsky. (TIME.com LightBox)

Sabotage! In memory of Adam Yauch, here’s the epic Beastie Boys video reenacted by adorable little kids. (Flavorwire)

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