the Wakefield Doctrine

the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers

the Wakefield Doctrine ( From One Progenitor to Another)

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     Of course you’re still writing. Why in the world would you stop?  New readers, new acolytes, new venues… all truly and genuinely phenomenal progress. This has come many light-years from the park bench by the tennis courts, across from the Old Mountain field….and now, thrown as many light-years into the future, we are in a universe where the progressive musings of the Clark are changing people’s lives.

     No need to panic. Where the historic Clark would be long gone, it turns out that the new (est) Digital Clark is actually quite good at this. Posts still have a healthy dose of gut-wrenching Clarkian angst, but overall are longer, more smoothly composed and less abstract. People are getting it. Turns out that you don’t need a secret treble booster in the wah pedal; just turn the sucker up and fly with it. It works, that’s been proven; now just let it do so.

     As for me… not entirely sure. I just haven’t had anything worth offering lately. And I haven’t an editing schedule to keep, thank God. I have found myself noodling about with a bit of a new radical” concept of late. I just need a bit more to go on before allowing the idea to advance. Right now it feels much like the ending of  ” the Sixth Sense”, and somebody around here is Bruce Willis… now that’s cryptic. Can’t say anything more without some good solid forensic and detective work. Just wish I actually knew how to do good solid forensic and detective work. Oh, well. I’ll just have to push on anyway. Will check in when I’ve got anything of interest.


Written by clarkscottroger

March 15, 2010 at 3:49 pm

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  1. damn…

    in the world of writing lines of words meant to stimulate the minds of others, headgear is re-oriented on an axial bias (for the line: …’feels much like the of “the Sixth Sense” and somebody around here is Bruce Willis’…)

    To channel, in turn, Tony Montanya(Scarface): ‘this is my gift to you’..


    March 15, 2010 at 8:16 pm

  2. Tell me it’s not true…


    March 17, 2010 at 8:33 am

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