Let’s talk about the Wakefield Doctrine, the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers from the Edge perspective that is. “What is it you ask? What is the Wakefield Doctrine?” Well, I gave you the link 1 sentence ago. Go there, start looking around – you know, the about page, the pages devoted to the 3 “personality types” that surround each of us every day. Then come back here. The basic premise is so simple even a scott can comprehend it!
Was talking recently with the Creator of the Wakefield Doctrine, the Progenitor clark. “What? What is the basic premise?“ Geez, do I have to do all the work? (yeah, ‘cuz I’m a clark) Alright, one last time….the Wakefield Doctrine is predicated (this last word, found in a clark’s vocabulary, is an everday kind of word for a clark, sort of like “fuck” is to a scott’s everyday vocabulary, rogers like this word too, just not as much) on the premise that by knowing how a person views the world you can know how to act/interact with that person because you will know how they will act/interact with those around them and to the world in general. “Yes? No? Alright. Wait for me here. I’ll be right back with something that may help…. No! You know what? Not today. I’m getting kind of tired of trying to explain this stuff Lucy. In a nutshell: everyone you come in contact with is either a clark, a scott or a roger. Respectively, we think, do, and feel. Respectively, clarks, scotts and rogers are alone but never alone because we have infinite information at our fingertips; always hungry but luckily have a perpetual pampa upon which to feed and finally, members of a collective community no matter where we are and that bag we always carry? It’s the past. Can’t leave home without it.
It’s Thursday and I haven’t written anything good in a darned long time…
You know, something light and airy, witty, winesome, (“that’s what I wrote, winsome”). Hell, I’d take cute even but honestly, I don’t know if I am capable of writing anything “cute”. No one can write “cutely” can they?
I’m thinking I better stick to Doctrine talk (mostly) over at the Wakefield Doctrine. I know that one day I will stumble upon something comfortable and co-zee to write about consistently here at the Edge. For now, I guess I will have to experiment. clarks are rather famous for “looking for the answer(s)”. Everywhere and anywhere. Just not here. Today.
I’d better get going now but listen, Spring Line 2012 has been previewed. I was there and I’ve got my scottian suit. Truth be told I’ve already worn it a few times. Feels good, it feels real good….yo! Lunchbox! Let’s do lunch!!