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Being a Navy engineering vet myself  (MM2), "wee bout" and "shore leave" put together suggests a wild night of partying followed by a bad hangover. The STD thing has never jived with me for several reasons: 1. His age. 2. His character. 3. He's an engineer. We engineer types are reclusive in nature and like to hang out with other engineers(even at the bars), and we have a harder time with the ladies. You see a perfect example of this in Star Trek 2009. 4. STD's, diseases, cancer, aids, etc etc are all wiped out in the star trek world........

  1. His age.
  2. His character.
  3. He's an engineer. We engineer types are reclusive in nature and like to hang out with other engineers (even at the bars), and we have a harder time with the ladies. You see a perfect example of this in Star Trek (2009).
  4. STD's, diseases, cancer, aids, etc etc are all wiped out in the Star Trek world.

Being a Navy engineering vet myself(MM2), "wee bout" and "shore leave" put together suggests a wild night of partying followed by a bad hangover. The STD thing has never jived with me for several reasons: 1. His age. 2. His character. 3. He's an engineer. We engineer types are reclusive in nature and like to hang out with other engineers(even at the bars), and we have a harder time with the ladies. You see a perfect example of this in Star Trek 2009. 4. STD's, diseases, cancer, aids, etc etc are all wiped out in the star trek world........

Being a Navy engineering vet myself  (MM2), "wee bout" and "shore leave" put together suggests a wild night of partying followed by a bad hangover. The STD thing has never jived with me for several reasons:

  1. His age.
  2. His character.
  3. He's an engineer. We engineer types are reclusive in nature and like to hang out with other engineers (even at the bars), and we have a harder time with the ladies. You see a perfect example of this in Star Trek (2009).
  4. STD's, diseases, cancer, aids, etc etc are all wiped out in the Star Trek world.
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Being a Navy engineering vet myself(MM2), "wee bout" and "shore leave" put together suggests a wild night of partying followed by a bad hangover. The STD thing has never jived with me for several reasons: 1. His age. 2. His character. 3. He's an engineer. We engineer types are reclusive in nature and like to hang out with other engineers(even at the bars), and we have a harder time with the ladies. You see a perfect example of this in Star Trek 2009. 4. STD's, diseases, cancer, aids, etc etc are all wiped out in the star trek world........