When did we lose our patience? I want you to allow people to make mistakes; to be human; to screw up. I want you to stop waiting for each gaffe, and then stop gleefully turning to social media and squawking and bleating like an annoying kid rats on his sibling. Consider the fact that we are all imperfect people trying our best to thrive and coexist, with no real answers. Try assuming the best intentions in people, even if you are sometimes disappointed. I want you to remember how much easier life is for us all when we aren't judgmental dicks, and also to reconsider your opinions about what defines a person. We are the sum of our actions, not a stoning target for each individual mistake. Be wiser and tougher, and before you get offended by something you really hadn't even thought about until everyone else got mad, see if laughing it off works. See if being quiet works. See if being patient and bigger and humble works.
We can allow failures and missteps of our peers and friends and stars and athletes. We can stop overreacting. We can have tougher skin, because one day it will be you, and you will hope for leniency and understanding and kindness instead of an iPhone jury, waiting greedily to tear you down and dance on your battered and broken psyche.