Pitre is right, combat is about screw-ups, bad officers, apathetic contractors, regret, unfairness, and impossible missions.
Indeed, his clothes reflected a cold realism about life's unfairness, its cruelties, and inevitable end.
A strong majority of Americans is fed up with stagnation, with inequality, with the unfairness of the economic system.
She just belches about the unfairness of those criticisms being made.
Obama is making an argument about society: unfairness is wrong and must be corrected.
Yet all I could do was to rail against the unfairness of the unwarranted punishment.
He felt the insincerity of his father's laugh, and rebelled against the unfairness of it.
They would not have tolerated him, only he was on his trial, and they were anxious to avoid any suspicion of unfairness.
If you had not been so busy boasting over your own unfairness you could have heard our approach.
He calls attention to such injustices as miscegenation, lynching, unfairness of the courts, and discrimination in traveling.