More likely, the L.A. Times doesn't really know much about what causes military units to be ready or unready - or, if it knows, it isn't really accurately telling us in this story.
If you wait until you're totally ‘ready’ for marriage… well, I mean, lots of us are definitely unready for marriage, but is anybody totally ready?
The gentle way to read this is that Arnold is simply unready for a six-way, unscripted debate.
John Huston, whose 1969 A Walk with Love and Death starred his unready teenage daughter, made it up to her by directing her Oscar-winning performance in 1985's Prizzi's Honor.
In my opinion, it is unconscionable for a nation to send untrained or unready soldiers into battle.
Still, they seem as yet unready to take what they've got as far as they could, erring on the side of discretion.
But he did say we were unready , and that was wrong.
But I've noticed that the late night comedians have really started ratcheting up the criticism of him, and this notion of him being kind of dumb and unready is taking hold.
This program was considered heresy because the mortgage markets felt a person who did not have a down payment for purchase of a home was somehow unfit or unready for homeownership.
Built in Glasgow in 1910, this vessel tramped her way around the globe for the next three decades, until she was requisitioned by an Admiralty hurriedly preparing for a war it was desperately unready to fight.