two hours later while a team of four golf players were playing golf they reach the fourth hole and found the two men passed out in that location. They immediately called the barrio recue squat for help. The barrio recue squat arrived with their horse-wagon recue transportation, loaded the two injured men and took them to the barrio hospital. The fainted man recovered within minutes and went home. But, the man with the popped eye didn't and had to stay for surgery. The man needed an eye transplant but no eye was available at the time. The hospital doctors said that there was no time to wait and in order to save the man, it was necessary to replace his eye with an eye of an owl. It was reported that the hospital was a people and animal hospital. The owl belonged to the owner of the feed & barn supply store in the barrio and he was the one who donated his owl eye to save the injured man. So, the story goes that there was an animal eye available.
The replacement of the owl eye surgery was successful and the man was release after two week of recovery.
Later, the man was interviewed by the barrio reporter and the man said that he was pleased with the care and treatment at the barrio hospital. He said that before the his injury, he used to wear eye glasses to drive but now that he has an owl eye, he can drive at night very well with out glasses.
The only problem he has now is that during the night sleep his owl eye is always awake while the other one is sound asleep. His wife said that now she is safe at home, because her husband always keeps an eye open at the night.
Well, there you have it. Believe it or not. You be the judge.
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