Comments for the Wakefield Doctrine<title> http://wakefielddoctrine.com (the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers) Sat, 25 Oct 2014 19:07:00 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.8.4 Comment on TToT the Wakefield Doctrine ‘I was standing, by the window, on one cold and cloudy day’ by fangboner1 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2014/10/25/ttot-the-wakefield-doctrine-i-was-standing-by-the-window-on-one-cold-and-cloudy-day/#comment-33282 Sat, 25 Oct 2014 19:07:00 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=24085#comment-33282 Oh yes Bookstores…they have an atmosphere that just envelops a person in a way ,much like a favorite warm blanket. The smell, the feel, just nothing books a million or barnes n noble can touch.

I am always intrigued by how lyrics affect people separately. It could be two people’s favorite song but for very different reasons.

And seriously 57 days….. here in florida I don’t even want to know when the heat will return.

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Comment on TToT the Wakefield Doctrine ‘I was standing, by the window, on one cold and cloudy day’ by lrconsiderer http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2014/10/25/ttot-the-wakefield-doctrine-i-was-standing-by-the-window-on-one-cold-and-cloudy-day/#comment-33280 Sat, 25 Oct 2014 17:51:27 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=24085#comment-33280 Ohhhhh I DOOOOO like #2 because the smell and all-round-wrapped-in-it experience of a used book store is WONDERFUL to behold, even in the imagination.

I think that the clark would go (assuming the secondary scottian, here) as a very dapper gent, with a silver-topped cane, waistcoat, pocket-watch and a monocle. But also perhaps with a few magic tricks about his person.

Those 7GV are good fun. I have to say though, I think they all must have a secondary rogerian aspect, or why commit so hard to the cause?

Cheerleading? And what’s AP class? I miss vidchat. I’m DEFINITELY coming back, I just had a book to promote, yaknow ;) :p

One day it will be YOU with the book, and I will be cheerleading my heart out :)

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Comment on …’scuse me a minute’ the Wakefield Doctrine (I think we’re… er alone now here: pieces of Posts Friday!) by Lisa @ The Meaning of Me http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2014/10/24/scuse-me-a-minute-the-wakefield-doctrine-i-think-were-er-alone-now-here-pieces-of-posts-friday/#comment-33279 Sat, 25 Oct 2014 17:07:26 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=24055#comment-33279 Well, I gave up because I didn’t know where on Google to go…too bad. The Hub was going to keep Zilla occupied for me! But then my Mom stopped by and I made her some dinner, so I think I missed it anyway.

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Comment on TToT the Wakefield Doctrine ‘I was standing, by the window, on one cold and cloudy day’ by Lisa @ The Meaning of Me http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2014/10/25/ttot-the-wakefield-doctrine-i-was-standing-by-the-window-on-one-cold-and-cloudy-day/#comment-33278 Sat, 25 Oct 2014 16:57:48 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=24085#comment-33278 Zoe’s right – that Roger line should definitely be in the book.
Used book stores, like so many other things (handwritten letters, for example) are such lost treasures. I had a favorite and even I, the lover of used bookstores, can’t go there anymore because the new owners have just totally lost sight of what it should be all about. Don’t get me wrong – I’ll poke around in any bookstore. But the used ones…oh, the used ones…are such a delight for the senses!
I like the DIY item. Fun!

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Comment on TToT the Wakefield Doctrine ‘I was standing, by the window, on one cold and cloudy day’ by zoebyrd http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2014/10/25/ttot-the-wakefield-doctrine-i-was-standing-by-the-window-on-one-cold-and-cloudy-day/#comment-33275 Sat, 25 Oct 2014 16:12:39 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=24085#comment-33275 ” …and he was a roger, Roger.” Classics like this will be in the footnotes of the book right?

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Comment on TToT the Wakefield Doctrine ‘I was standing, by the window, on one cold and cloudy day’ by Kristi http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2014/10/25/ttot-the-wakefield-doctrine-i-was-standing-by-the-window-on-one-cold-and-cloudy-day/#comment-33269 Sat, 25 Oct 2014 14:19:44 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=24085#comment-33269 #9 made me chuckle because it brought back a story my dad (a retired schoolteacher) likes to tell. It involves me, but I was so young that I don’t really have a memory of the experience–more a memory formed from hearing the story. Anyway, I must be a roger. When I was about 3 years old, I (for whatever reason, I don’t really know) was in my dad’s classroom during a school day. He had to leave the room for a bit, and he sat me down on a stool in front of the class and told me to watch the kids and to let him know if any of them misbehaved. When he got back, I dutifully tattled on a couple of kids who had been talking. Neither my dad nor the students were expecting me to say anything–I was a fairly shy child– and certainly not for that “infraction.”

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Comment on TToT the Wakefield Doctrine ‘I was standing, by the window, on one cold and cloudy day’ by Michelle Liew http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2014/10/25/ttot-the-wakefield-doctrine-i-was-standing-by-the-window-on-one-cold-and-cloudy-day/#comment-33266 Sat, 25 Oct 2014 13:30:50 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=24085#comment-33266 It’s sad that used bookstores are going out of fashion these days! And I think I’ll have to find out who exactly the SGV are!

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Comment on …’scuse me a minute’ the Wakefield Doctrine (I think we’re… er alone now here: pieces of Posts Friday!) by zoe http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2014/10/24/scuse-me-a-minute-the-wakefield-doctrine-i-think-were-er-alone-now-here-pieces-of-posts-friday/#comment-33189 Fri, 24 Oct 2014 23:11:33 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=24055#comment-33189 He can send your invite through google … I dont do facebook either.

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Comment on …’scuse me a minute’ the Wakefield Doctrine (I think we’re… er alone now here: pieces of Posts Friday!) by Lisa @ The Meaning of Me http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2014/10/24/scuse-me-a-minute-the-wakefield-doctrine-i-think-were-er-alone-now-here-pieces-of-posts-friday/#comment-33178 Fri, 24 Oct 2014 20:50:47 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=24055#comment-33178 Aack! Seven thirty on a Friday? Hrm…have to figure out how to strategically pull that off with an awake Kidzilla. And I don’t have Facebook!!! So…what?
I will seriously toy with the idea of figuring out how to do it, then effectively chicken out and decide not to. I will then spend the rest of the evening wishing I had. (Bangs head.)

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Comment on ‘…of storms and bad weather’ the Wakefield Doctrine ‘let me tell you a story about the world’ by Lisa @ The Meaning of Me http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2014/10/23/of-storms-and-bad-weather-the-wakefield-doctrine-let-me-tell-you-a-story-about-the-world/#comment-33177 Fri, 24 Oct 2014 20:45:35 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=24061#comment-33177 OK, in your supermarket scenario, I would definitely want to be situated with appropriate milk, bread, and other “necessities” for a big storm (an ample supply of Diet Coke, for example, and popcorn). However, I would very likely try to find a way to beat everyone else to the store so I could avoid having to be there with the crowd. It’s why I prefer to shop on Friday nights.
Love the Scott/dog having to pee thing!

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