the Wakefield Doctrine

the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers

it’s is not just what you see, it’s what you infer… about how (the person) relates themselves to the world around them… this is the Wakefield Doctrine

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

The following videos will present you with a clark; then a clark and a scott and a roger, then a scott and a roger and finally a scott and a roger

First up  Mickey Rourke and Kim Basinger

Second is very instructive for seeing a clark and a scott and a roger: Robert DeNiro, David Caruso and some roger:

Third is a scott and a roger in the form of Jack Nicholson and James Spader… listen to the word choice of James Spader all emotions… ‘how bad I feel’ and ‘I love you Will’ lol…and watch the eyes!! (the eyes of the roger are ‘looking around’ not watching in the scottian sense…rather looking to be assured that the herd is near.

Fourth is a classic! A scott and a clark… (this is the first video I found for the purposes of illustrating the types… at the end of the tape… DeNiro’s character simply explains why he is a clark and Pesci is a scott…

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Written by clarkscottroger

April 4, 2013 at 7:13 pm

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  1. Most excellent video choices to exemplify/denote/highlight and otherwise inform those interested in a visual description of clarks, scotts and rogers. I always have fun identifying characters and or the actors in film(s).
    Joe…the patron saint of scotts, non? LOL

    GirlieOnTheEdge

    April 5, 2013 at 4:12 pm


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