Meanwhile in India of the Day: Morgan Freeman Mistaken for Nelson Mandela on Billbaord

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Meanwhile in India of the Day: Morgan Freeman Mistaken for Nelson Mandela on Billbaord
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A public sign has been displayed in Coimbatore, India to commemorate Nelson Mandela but ended up being a huge FAIL when an image of American actor Morgan Freeman was mistaken for the late president of South Africa. Alongside Freeman, the poster also includes images of Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Teresa and Martin Luther King Jr. According the the Huffington Post, the included text translates to the following:

Among today's politicians who cannot think beyond the next election cycle, Nelson Mandela was a leader who thought of the well-being of future generations. He went to join Mother Teresa, Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King on 5.12.13. We bow down to him, proud to have lived during his time on earth and praise his message of love, non-violence and sacrifice. "The farmer may sleep, but the seeds he planted never will.

The man responsible for the poster plans to have it amended.

Impostor of the Day: Jimmy Kimmel Brings in a Sign Language Interpreter to Translate Mandela Memorial Fake

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It's amazing what this real sign language interpreter deciphers from the infamous faker at the Nelson Mandela memorial.

Imposter of the Day: The Sign Language "Interpreter" at Mandela's Memorial Just Made Everything Up

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As if the president's selfies weren't enough, it became very apparent to those in the international sign language community that this interpreter here was basically just making things up on the fly and foregoing that whole "interpreting" (or "making sense") thing entirely.

Tweet of the Day: Paris Hilton'sTweet About Nelson Mandela's Death is Fake

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Tweet of the Day: Paris Hilton'sTweet About Nelson Mandela's Death is Fake
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It turns out the ignorant tweet from Paris Hilton about Nelson Mandela that went viral turned out to be faked.

Nelson Mandela What If? of the Day

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On this day -- Nelson Mandela's 94th birthday -- a video by Prezence Digital attempts to answer a single, if complicated, question: "Would the father of our nation have spent 27 years in captivity if he (and others) had access to the same technology, social media platforms and tools as we do today?"

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Say What Now of the Day

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Say What Now of the Day
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Say What Now of the Day: Dorothy Adjoa Amuah, Zaziwe Dlamini-Manaway, and Swati Dlamini -- three of Nobel Peace Prize laureate and former South African president Nelson Mandela's adult grandchildren -- announced today at a press conference that they were teaming up with American producer Rick Leed to develop a reality TV show based on their lives.

"This is about three women break