‘Big doins at the Doctrine this Friday!!’ the Wakefield Doctrine (yes, we did use the word ‘doins’ )

Welcome to the Wakefield Doctrine (the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers)

Lets get right to it…( some interesting stuff to read under the vid)

clarks think, scotts act, rogers feel

clarks are Outsiders, scotts are Predators, rogers are Herd Members

clarks are still reading, scotts stopped (while laughing at the previous entry), rogers are beginning to get resentful

clarks are at home in their heads, scotts are at home on the range, rogers dream of rolling, grassy hills

if you are a clark… you could finish writing this Post  and you will smile in admiration and pride* when reading  Cyndi’s Post (this Friday)
if you are a scott… you hope that someone will remind you to stop in Friday and you will read and decide that you like this Cyndi person
if you are a roger…you knew we would be writing something like this and you will know that, with this guest writer, you will be able to have your ideas appreciated.

Friday…8 am  be there or being perceived as being comprised entirely of 90 degree angles and surfaces…yo

* pride in your people, you feel good that you have evidence (and even proof) that clarks can take the dreams in their heads and stand up next to them in public, like unruly puppies walking in the park…

 

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Well, what exactly do you want to know? Whether I am a clark or a scott or roger? If you have to ask, then you need to keep reading the Posts for two reasons: a)to get a clear enough understanding to be able to make the determination of which type I am and 2) to realize that by definition I am all three.* *which is true for you as well, all three...but mostly one

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  1. Cannot wait for Cyndi’s post on Friday and you know I will be here!! :)

    • clarkscottroger clarkscottroger says:

      @Janine

      me too!

      (cause you realize we are clearly moving the bar on these Posts… hey! maybe an Video Interview! Those are fun! if the idea sounds… not horrible, let me know and I’ll send you the links to some of the Video Interviews that we did last year…to get an idea of (how much fun they are)

  2. Cyndi says:

    We have a roger commenting? Oooh, that I gotta see. :D That’s for the mention. I *do* hope it’s a satisfactory post.
    I also hope you’re having a great Wednesday!

    • clarkscottroger clarkscottroger says:

      @Cyndi

      Actually we have had a roger comment, but I think I will save the discussion of the styles of clarks, scotts and rogers in Commentation for Saturday Night..

      damn, forgot the link on your mention… (might as well get our electrons worth from the Post, no?)

  3. English as 1st language…..huh.

    rogerian expressions. Will rogers be the first to identify a rogerian expression? (I am withholding my answer just to hear yours)

    Question #2! How is it scotts “hear” those rogerian expressions. (yes, trick question. lol)

    How does a clarklike made up word differ from a rogerian expression?

    • clarkscottroger clarkscottroger says:

      @Denise

      a) no
      b) like a dash of paprika
      c) because we will be attaching information to it where the roger is attaching emotion to theirs

  4. RCoyne RCoyne says:

    From the Progenitor II, a small bit of space junk now flying over your sector; not so much a satellite, per se, more of a Pastene crushed tomato can soldered to some Campbell’s Mushroom Soup cans, all duct-taped together for extra solidity, and powered by dual Radio Shack DC motors. A few bent coathangers, lots of aluminum foil, and of course, 6 ft. of wire for FM reception. We don’t get much altitude, so it takes about six years to complete a full Earth revolution.
    Just a word about the rogerian expressions.
    They’re not necessarily the linguistic gems they’re portrayed as. They usually occur when there are two marginally connected thoughts trying to get through the brain-to-mouth portal at the same time. They have a sort of Rain-Man kind of feel to them.
    My boss is out today, can you tell?

    • clarkscottroger clarkscottroger says:

      @RCoyne

      …when the feline has decided to call in.. the rodents…
      lol

      But, for the sake of the Readers, who these days are rather advanced (and sophisticated) in their understanding of this Doctrine thing, can you share your thoughts on what, to me is the most marked aspect (to these expressions) i.e. when you hear it you will not be able to not notice. The thing that drew my attention (to these things) originally is that the reaction is sudden laughter. And this is not quiet, chuckles or whimsical appreciation of a witty expression, it is projectile laughter! It is enjoyable, but it is as much an innate self-defensive mechanism in response to something….

      care to comment?

  5. I won’t even do a Vlog for my own blog, because I hate the way I sound and look on video, lol!! And wouldn’t even know where to begin, but too kind of you Clark!! :)

    • clarkscottroger clarkscottroger says:

      @Janine!!
      you’ll love it, trust me.*
      Actually what I was thinking was the ‘Call in’ variety of interview… here is a good example of what I am referring to:
      basically we open the call in line that we use on Saturday Nights and we talk.
      If you get that ‘lets get crazy on the internet’ feeling sometime, let me know and I will make the necessary arrangements.

      *now if those 2 words don’t strike suspiscion in the heart of any think person….lol

  6. RCoyne RCoyne says:

    Well, sure…rodentially speaking…
    To put a positive spin on the Rainman thing, I would describe it as such;
    Someone has said something intriguing to you, and you instantly think of at least two possible responses. There isn’t time to deliver the two responses simultaneously, so ( with some luck ) you find a way to combine them. Sometimes it works nicely, and you are perceived as witty. Sometimes not, and you are quickly compared to… D. Hoffman.

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