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  1. 2007 Jeep Sahara, 51,00 miles…82,077 Kilometers. One owner, excellent condition. New tires and new battery.  Jalisco plated.  Located in Ajijic.  Asking price $400,000 pesos or $20,000 US dollars. Call Donna at 331-533-9336

    I´m posting for a friend and don´t have more information.  Call or whatsapp Donna.


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  2. Oxireyes, in Riberas, delivers medical oxygen 24/7.  33 3104 5218. 

    The way it works is you can rent a tank from them (the big 5 foot tall tanks) for 5,000 pesos, I think. When it gets low, you call them and they´ll come and switch it out for a full one.  Refills cost 1,500 pesos. They will also fill your own tank if you have it, but it might take half a day before you get it back if they do the pickup/delivery.  You could also take your tank to their place in Riberas to get filled.

    You can also rent oxygen concentrators that go up to 5 L/m at Lidia Zamudio´s medical supply  store (West Ajijic 376 688-3385, San Antonio 376 766-2088.)  I know Lidia also used to rent out small portable O2 tanks, but they may be in limited supply since COVID.

  3. and that laws criminalizing abortion are unconstitutional.

    From the New York Times (wasn't a paywall for me) https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/07/world/americas/mexico-supreme-court-decriminalize-abortion.html


    MEXICO CITY — Mexico’s Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that making abortion a crime was unconstitutional, setting a precedent for its legalization nationwide in a conservative Catholic country of about 120 million people.


    Considering a law in the northern state of Coahuila, which mandates up to three years of jail for women who elect to have an abortion, the Supreme Court ruled that any criminal penalization of abortion violated Mexico’s Constitution.


    The decision does not automatically make abortion legal across Mexico, experts said, but it does set a binding precedent for judges across the country. Reproductive rights advocates said they planned to use the ruling to challenge laws in the vast majority of Mexico’s states that mandate either jail time or other penalties for women who choose to have the procedure. Activists also plan to push state authorities to free women currently serving time for getting abortions.

    This is huge.

  4. I used to go to Pablo's until 2 or 3 years ago, and the only reason I stopped was that he got busier and the wait time increased too much (for me).  (Plus, my cars have been running fine and have only needed routine maintenance, which anyone can do.)  He does good work and the prices were fair.  No ripoffs or questionable replacement of parts, etc.

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