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Tijuana/San Diego: Cooperation and Confrontation at the Interface By gallery Calit2
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Tijuana/San Diego: Cooperation and Confrontation at the Interface By gallery Calit2
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Exhibition catalog N7 for the gallery@calit2
Story board of "Jack the Roofer Crazy Tijuana" By Oliver Vee Harris Jr.
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“Jack the Roofer Crazy Tijuana” is a true story about a U.S. Army Veteran who returns to his native country of Canada. There he becomes a construction worker and specializes in roofing.... More > He decides he is finally ready to start his own roofing company with the help from a property management company that he rents from only the property management company owners have a more sinister motive. The comedic and sometimes asinine roofer/veteran finds himself in the middle of a real estate fraud scheme turned Domestic economic Terrorism and spans three countries. (Warning graphic language, adult situations and sexual content)< Less
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Forced to be a Cross-dressed Hooker in Tijuana By Lesley Kincaid
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Illustrated with nine full-colour photos. Terrible things that happen to two unsuspecting US Navy cadets when they venture over the border and into Mexico. Forced feminisation with massive doses of... More > hormones for a life as whores is only the start of it. The bisexual one takes to it like a duck to water, his friend fights it. He has to be forced to suck cock, is raped by a man and is finally operated on to turn him bodily into a woman. Eventually they escape, but after this, where can they find true love and happiness?< Less
Tijuana: Recuerdos del Ayer By Alan Josué Saldaña García
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Tijuana, aquí es donde comienza la patria, donde comienza y se encuentra la puerta de América Latina, es la ciudad de mayor crecimiento de todo el estado de Baja California y de... More > México, creciendo tres hectáreas por día. Es una ciudad moderna, de importancia mundial, con un comercio e industria rica de nivel internacional. Es la ciudad más visitada del mundo y ya una gran metrópoli. Tijuana fiel testigo de importantes sucesos históricos, cambios culturales y de progreso. Adentrémonos en los inicios de Tijuana antes de su fundación oficial. Tijuana: Recuerdos del Ayer. …Fue una ranchería Kumiai, hoy es metrópoli, pero siempre será escudo de México… Con dos especiales: Recordando el Ayer, entrevista a dos de los primeros habitantes y fundadores de Tijuana, Origen de la Palabra California. Más de 5 Anexos en el cual podemos apreciar y conocer con fotos verdaderas de sus cambios y progreso. www.EducarEsAmar.com< Less
Hanky Panky Tijuana Bible Archive #2 perfect bound By Brian J Hunt
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More of the naughty comics of yesteryear. This book is for adults only. Don't know what a Tijuana Bible is? Come see at www.tijuana-bible.com
Antique Weird Tijuana Bible Archive #1 perfect bound By Brian J Hunt
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Come see the naughty comics of yesteryear. This book is for adults only. Don't know what a Tijuana Bible is? Come see at www.tijuana-bible.com
Foolin' Around Tijuana Bible Archive #3 perfect bound By Brian J Hunt
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Our third volume of the naughty comics of yesteryear. This book is for adults only. Don't know what a Tijuana Bible is? Come see at www.tijuana-bible.com
People of Good Will: Service, Development, and Education in the Work of Los Niños, 1974-2009 By Robert Kolesar
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Los Niños is a private non-profit organization which has worked for 35 years in the Tijuana and Mexicali border regions of Mexico next to southern California. Over that time, its work has... More > extended dramatically, starting with relief efforts aimed at helping children, to community development centered on nutrition and heath, to educational and financial programs building self-reliance. Los Niños has also helped thousands of students from the United States learn about the border region through extensive service learning programs, working with the Mexican communities served, rather than for them or on behalf of them. Los Niños has not only recognized the inherent contradictions and tensions involved in the combination of service, development, and education, it has confronted them in the design and management of its programs, providing a model for others interested in pursuing such work. All net proceeds from this book will help to continue the work of Los Niños and its successor organization, Via International.< Less