Chief Medical Officer’s Log

The USS Narragansett participated in a most… interesting… fucking crazy… strange as hell… dangerous as all hell… life-altering… peculiar mission this month – in tandem with ships Voyager and Enterprise. I was assigned to the Enterprise as Chief Medical Officer for this mission, while I left the Narragansett in the crazy… totally demented… completely insubordinate…  most capable hands of Nurse Tribble, where she ended up with the temporary role of acting first officer with the rank of Commander. I am absolutely flabbergasted… astonished… knocked down with a feather pleased that my nurse has inspired such confidence in the crew and has performed her duties so abominably… admirably. She even had time to completely destroy carefully monitor my experiments in my absence.

As to our mission, I hope that this is the last we shall ever have anything to do with that blasted mycelial drive. The human race (and nearly all other races in the universe) would’ve gone extinct because of it, had it not been for the dedication and determination of the crews of these three (with the addition of the Shenzhou: four) ships. I am sure I will never look at my experiments with fungi in the same way again.

I am glad to be back in my own sickbay and to be dealing with bumps, bruises and trifling colds again. I feel like I need a little boredom in my life just now.

 

End Report
Doctor D. Taylor
Senior Sciences Division Chief
Chief Medical Officer