This adorable frog is known for the bony spikes on it's head.
And all male bloggers know I'm totally kidding comparing you a rare bone-headed frog. Big fan. HUGE fan of male bloggers. Seriously, there are only so many Mommy-PMS-Menopause posts you can read, no matter how funny they are, before you start to miss Marmaduke comics from the paper.
Clark Scottroger is quite the opposite of a bone-headed frog. He's a warm-blooded, non-amphibian mammal, and a very intelligent one. I quite often have to re-read his deep thoughts to understand them, feeling like a bone-headed frog myself.
Clark writes the deep and heady Wakefield Doctrine, the theory of Clarks, Scotts and Rogers, which maintains that every person can be broken down into one of those 3 personality types:
Clarks who think
Scotts who act
Rogers who feel
I know, I thought the same thing. Only THREE types? Shirley, you jest. But there is no Shirley, and all signs on the Magic 8-Ball of the Blogosphere point to YES.
You would have to read more about it to see what I mean, and I advise you to do that. Not when you're tired though, then you'll have to read it 2 or 3 times to understand it. Though that just might be a ME thing, for you see among many other interesting attributes: Scotts are stupid. You see? He's RIGHT ON with his theories!
Find out more on the doctrine, after you read MY little challenge for the author on just WHY this former flamin' Scott is not quite so Scott-ish lately.
NOT Scottish, the word is "Scottian"
on the Doctrine. Just a brat.