Terror in Boston: 'The good outnumber you': Messages of hope for Boston go viral
Source: NBC Today
BOSTON (NBC) -- In the wake of tragedy, one way to help is to hope.
After news broke of the Boston Marathon explosions, positive words and gestures poured through social media. From comedian Patton Oswalt's much-shared Facebook post to a Mr. Rogers quote given new life, here's a look at social media's unique way of spreading support.
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