Has Twitter helped ground the Boeing 737 MAX?

My wife and I bought a farmhouse on three acres in 2014, and since then I've had poison ivy. A small itch turns into a large rash that makes me smear bentonite clay on my face or immerse myself in a bowl of oatmeal.

The social media reaction is as annoying as the poison ivy. Hashtags turn into trending topics and, before you know it, a storm of comments, images or memes flood Twitter feeds and Facebook timelines around the world. Companies and agencies that once had time to react now are forced to respond immediately if they hope …

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