The expression which debunks saying that something is "fortunate" or "unfortunate", because they do not specify who benefits or looses as a consequence of an event or outcome.
"Fortunate" and "unfortunate" are now debunked and archaic words. They are being replaced by "good for but bad for".

Because saying that a thing is " fortunate " or " unfortunate " does not specify who benefits and who looses. Thus, it's best to, for example, say, " It's good for A but bad for B that ____________________ ( a specific thing happenend ) " .
by but for October 9, 2018
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