It’s your Q & A time at the Edge. About?

…about the Wakefield Doctrine (the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers).  About clarks, scotts and rogers.  About a simple (and fun) tool anyone can utilize to navigate life’s sometimes murky waters.  A tool that explains simply (yes, simply) why people behave in the manner in which they do.  If you can think “outside the box” you can understand and use the Wakefield Doctrine.  And, once you have “used” the Wakefield Doctrine, well, there’s just no going back**.  Who would want to? 

I have 7 questions today about the Doctrine.  I answered 6 of them.  That is correct.  You see only 6.  The last question I leave to you, any of you who would care to step over to the Edge today.

1) What is the Wakefield Doctrine?  My way of trying to get through life.

2) Is it (the Wakefield Doctrine) working?  Yes.

3) How do I know?  Just read the Doctrine.

4) How can I be sure?  You can’t.

5) Do other people use the Wakefield Doctrine?   As far as I know, people are trying to. That’s what the Doctrine is about… offering it’s “insights” to other people… to use.

6) Was it worth it?  Yes, unequivocably, without reservation. 


What is your 7th question?  Afterall, everyone at some point in life walks on the Edge.  Some of us more than others, some of us by choice, some not even knowing how close they are to it and still others who wish they could…walk the Edge (the place where anything and everything is possible).  When all’s said and done, who couldn’t use a little help along the way. 

**inside joke – once you start seeing the clarks, scotts and rogers in life you can’t unsee them! lol



  1. clarkscottroger · September 26, 2012

    being a clark myself, I suspect that the element of fun is often understated over at the Wakefield Doctrine blog ( ). But the good thing about the Doctrine, is that it has something for everyone! No! strike that, it does not have something for everyone… it has everything for everyone… you a clark? fine we can show you how to deal with rogers, you a scott who seems to get blindsided by rogers and clarks/ no problamo, rogers who find themselves alone…more than you currently are comfortable with? not your fault and easily remedied… stop by and find out!

    This here Post, like the Doctrine requires the Reader to have a little *something extra*… don’t worry if you get confused, it just means that you might not be ready for this thing of ours.


    • GirlieOnTheEdge · September 26, 2012

      Good plug. I agree about the understatement…about the fun over at
      the Doctrine. Learning can be fun and should be. Who said you can’t
      enjoy yourself along the path of enlightenment, eh? Einstein surely was laughing
      all the way to the theory of relativity, no? LOL

      …what is the 7th question?!


  2. Jennifer Wilson · September 26, 2012

    Why do scotts have the most fun?


  3. clarkscottroger · September 27, 2012

    (if I may?)


    scotts have the most fun because they live to act in the here and now…the present, scotts are fun…energy…now
    …..except when they don’t! then they don’t have fun and by virtue of the fact that fun is what they do best, they will still which is not fun for scotts

    rogers have the most fun because the fun comes to them, by virtue of being in the center of the world, what rogers use for fun is everything and everyone and part of the fun for rogers is that they are not limited to the here and now (like scotts), rogers have fun because they *had* fun and when rogers don’t have fun, no-fuckin-body has fun, as a matter of fact, when a roger stops having fun, they immediately go looking for who is having less fun (or can be *made* to have less fun) than they are… afterall misery loves company, yo

    clarks… will have fun, so as….



    • Jennifer Wilson · September 27, 2012

      “then they don’t have fun and by virtue of the fact that fun is what they do best, they will still which is not fun for scotts”
      Huh? Could you please rephrase that?


  4. clarkscottroger · September 28, 2012

    yeah, scotts have fun but they think that because they have fun everything is fun by nature… like being in a fenced in yard, but not recognising that the fence is keeping things out as much as it is keeping (the scott) in… so when the fence is removed they run down the street as if the yard somehow magically got big… ok until the dog catcher shows up down the street.

    …this is not to say that scotts cannot defend themselves, they can better than the other three, but when it comes to being vulnerable scotts don’t know what they don’t know and therefore are defenseless against it… a scott’s strength is it’s weakness


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