Lunch Break Links: Farewell to an original Descendent; plus, should Facebook charge money?
We begin with a humble farewell to Frank Navetta, a founding member of punk legends The Descendents, who passed away over the weekend. R.I.P., Frank. Time to blast "Clean Sheets" for a few hours on end.
Moving on to less weighty linkage...
Slate thinks Facebook should be charging us money. I say noooooooooo.
Some of the writers from Heroes have gotten the boot.
There is no truth to the rumor that Lil Wayne was shot and killed.
DJ Mag's list of the world's top 100 DJs is headlined by Armin van Buuren.
AV Club lists 22 films about vengeful women.
Pitchfork is busting out interviews with living legends left and right. Today it's 89-year-old Pete Seeger. A choice line, upon discovering that this interview was for an online publication: "An internet magazine! So you don't have to cut down trees. I'll be damned."
Carson Daly will return to TRL for its final episode.
Fans are pretty angry about Terrence Howard getting booted from Iron Man 2 in favor of Don Cheadle.
Never thought I would see a Weird Al censorship scandal.
DJ AM, who survived a plane crash recently, is back to playing big Hollywood events and faking people out by dressing up like Daft Punk for Halloween.
Showtime's Brotherhood is back, and The New York Times is surprised the show isn't a hit.
Ugh, Kath & Kim is getting a full season.
And on a similar note, here's "Cath..." from Death Cab on Leno.