Welcome to the Wakefield Doctrine (the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers)
Fun in the dashboard last night! Two new callers, which in and of itself is not unusual. What made it unusual was that the call was from DS#1 (a clark with secondary scottian aspect) and she started out by informing us (Molly and Ms. AKH), that she was sitting by her vehicle in the Park in New Smyrna Beach and had a couple of rogers with her. Interesting conversation.
- foreign: BMW, Saab and Volvo
- domestic: (interesting juncture in that I called for Buick if it were a younger roger and high-end Ford if an older roger… Bruce admitted to a Lincoln…)
- SUVs: Molly went with one of the more steroidal Jeeps such as the Rubicon, I went with Range Rover but then again, I thought the Buyer would be a roger, she said scott.
Towards the end of the evening, the other roger on the line with DS#1 asked a very directional question about the use of the descriptor ’proper behavior’ in the context of how rogers viewed themselves. This lead to the description of the world as being perfect (from the perspective of a roger). Molly came to our collective rescue by referencing the scenario of the rogerian applicant for a job as a waitress. This particular scenario is interesting in that all rogers, when presented with the choices of action, have responded with total uniformity and consistency, and our guest caller (roger#2) was no exception. The concept of a ‘referential authority’ being central to the rogerian worldview was further validated.
*the photo? lol the dying branch of the road to a Post Title… the image that wikipedia had for the entry entremet