Pitre is right, combat is about screw-ups, bad officers, apathetic contractors, regret, unfairness, and impossible missions.
"[The sheriff's] attitude was apathetic, unconcerned and uninterested from the start," adds Sutton.
Revolution 2.0 narrates a fascinating but narrow slice of the process through which apathetic and passive people are politicized.
“The song was awkward for Marxist critics because of its apathetic character,” the scholar Franz Mennemeier noted.
At this point, my biggest aphrodisiac is an apathetic attitude toward politics.
Gillane was apathetic, but when Stannard measured out the tea he joked and Deering laughed.
She was listless, apathetic, calm with the calmness of a woman who knows she can suffer no further.
Parliament itself is dull, the public is apathetic, and everything appertaining to politics is flat and unprofitable.
As a consequence, sectionalism is active with us, and apathetic with you.
Remember also that the sympathetic (not apathetic) listener is the delight of delights.
apathetic ap·a·thet·ic (āp'ə-thět'ĭk)
Lacking interest or concern; indifferent.