Denver, CO - How can fifty-five uninsured people get insurance for free AND solve an organ shortage in Colorado?
Fifty-five people without health insurance are going under the knife in a local butcher shop here, according to my source, the butcher, who requested not to be named. Mr. 'Smith', the butcher, volunteered fifty-five kidneys to the local hospitals here. He used the money he collected in advance to buy health insurance for fifty-five people in Denver who also happened to have two good kidneys.
This day is now call the 'Day of Surgical Giving'. It's a win-win all around, for the uninsured, the doctors, the insurance companies, the nurses, the families of the organ recipients, as well as providing good publicity for Denver, which it sorely needs after that singer by the same name caused a bunch of hippies to move into the area.
Mr. Smith asks that if you volunteer for his program, to drink a lot of diet soda. That way, he won't have to refrigerate your organs when he removes them. If you want to be selected for the program, wear an orange handkerchief sticking out of your left pocket. You will be contacted.