the Wakefield Doctrine

the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers

…couples, (the twain shall meet)

with 2 comments

Nothing illustrates an (abstract) concept better than contrasting examples.

Couples, in other words. (not just male-female, either.) Pairings of any sort.

While there will be volumes on the subject of why (why a clark and a scott or why a scott and a roger), this is about seeing what we are talking about. The goal of this page is to point to an example of behavior that we all see (equally) objectively.

So, lets get right down to it.

For your consideration I present:

Bill and Hillary Bill and Hillary (President)

   (scott and roger)

 

 

 

 

Martin and LewisMartin and Lewis

 (roger and scott)

 

 

 

Scully and MulderScully and Muldur

 (roger and clark)

 

 

 

Lennon and McCartneyLennon and McCartney

 (roger and roger)

 

 

Sigfried and RoySigfried and Roy

 

 

 

 

Brennan and BoothBrennan and Booth (TV series ‘Bones’)

 (clark and roger)

 

 

Romeo and JulietRomeo and Juliet

 

 

 

Tracy and HepburnTracy and Hepburn

 (roger and scott)

 

 

Rob and LauraRob and Laura (Petrie)

 (roger and roger)

 

 

 

Harry and Bess Truman  (clark and roger)

George and Barbara Bush  (clark and scott)

Written by clarkscottroger

August 30, 2009 at 11:58 am

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  1. what were Romeo and Juliette then?

    Golightly

    August 30, 2012 at 8:58 pm

    • Good Question
      …my first inclination to go with Juliet a clark and Romeo a roger, but my last exposure to the story was Leonardo as Romeo movie version…
      but my memory whats to see Juliet as a semi-reluctant participant, who is willing to subsume everything to Romeo
      who in turn, seems more concerned with the (perception of others) of his role in the whole drama

      what are your thoughts?

      clarkscottroger

      August 30, 2012 at 9:09 pm


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