Also, that's just bad syntax, dude.
RIP Neil Armstrong. You were the first man to land on the moon, and yet somehow everyone on Twitter seems to have already completely forgotten everything we know about your life. For example, they forgot that you died last August. Yes, we're all stressed out by the images of Miley Cyrus humping a giant teddy bear leg, but there is no excuse for forgetting the newsworthy death of an American hero.
Here's what happened. When some people tweeted RIP messages in honor of the one year anniversary of your passing, they included a link to this article from ABC:
RIP editor of ABC News' mobile version.
The mobile version of the article has today's timestamp. And that was sort of confusing for everyone else, since the only information we can trust anymore is the information we see on a usually reliable website. If ABC News started reporting that America was originally a leper colony, we would think to ourselves, "huh, guess they don't teach you that in school!" before permanently digesting that information as true. So when people saw "Neil Armstrong, First Man on the Moon, Dies," they naturally thought he died today. Which led to a whole lot of this: