Modus Operandi (m.o.) [( moh -duhs op-uh- ran -dee, op-uh- ran -deye)]
The way someone does something; a characteristic method: “Her modusoperandi in buying a new car always included a month of research.” This phrase, often abbreviated “m.o.,” is used by police to describe a criminal’s characteristic way of committing a crime. From Latin, meaning “method ofoperation.”
Craig has exercised common traits in many of the stories I have been told since the inception of this website.
In the near future, I will compile a list of the common “Ways of doing things”.
That may help people recognise where they are in the “Big Picture” and where things are likely to go from there, based upon their circumstances and historic outcomes.