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rylee144

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About rylee144

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    Puyallup WA
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    1988 Comanche

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  1. Here is my to do list for add ons, parts and maintenance. I figure itll be 3-4k or so. Sadly I'll be putting a bunch of money into a truck that'll be worth 4-6k when done. I guess I'll have it for a long time so itll be well worth it
  2. Went up in the mountains to a buddy's cabin near Omak. Had 3 inches of ice covering the lake. We chopped a hole and tossed the ice out so we could fish.
  3. Heard these are nice while backpacking. Wire saw.
  4. https://m.facebook.com/marketplace/item/1398496206967960/?ref=browse_tab&search_query=Jeep comanche
  5. rylee144

    Veterans Day

    Here is one of my grandpa.
  6. rylee144

    Convertible

    This has the vibe of an old bronco or scout. I could see myself making one of these someday.
  7. Where are you located? What length of bed? Here is one LWB https://m.facebook.com/marketplace/item/574078150006877/?ref=browse_tab&search_query=Jeep comanche What does your bed look like? Might be cheaper to find a new bed.
  8. rylee144

    I'm back!

    Make sure you check the adapter at the back of the cluster so you get the right one.
  9. 2 door xj buckets would give you the tilt function
  10. Got my new starter in yesterday. Working great so far. The new starter sounds different, sounds like it has more power.
  11. How much did it cost if you don't mind me asking? They look great!
  12. I agree that prosecution is doubtful. I also believe she should be held accountable
  13. Diplomatic immunity is a form of legal immunity that ensures diplomats are given safe passage and are considered not susceptible to lawsuit or prosecution under the host country's laws, but they can still be expelled. Modern diplomatic immunity was codified as international law in the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations (1961) which has been ratified by all but a handful of nations. The concept and custom of diplomatic immunity dates back thousands of years. Many principles of diplomatic immunity are now considered to be customary law. Diplomatic immunity was developed to allow for the maintenance of government relations, including during periods of difficulties and armed conflict. When receiving diplomats, who formally represent the sovereign, the receiving head of state grants certain privileges and immunities to ensure they may effectively carry out their duties, on the understanding that these are provided on a reciprocal basis. Originally, these privileges and immunities were granted on a bilateral, ad hoc basis, which led to misunderstandings and conflict, pressure on weaker states, and an inability for other states to judge which party was at fault. An international agreement known as the Vienna Convention codified the rules and agreements, providing standards and privileges to all states. It is possible for the official's home country to waive immunity; this tends to happen only when the individual has committed a serious crime, unconnected with their diplomatic role (as opposed to, say, allegations of spying), or has witnessed such a crime. However, many countries refuse to waive immunity as a matter of course; individuals have no authority to waive their own immunity[1] (except perhaps in cases of defection).[2] Alternatively, the home country may prosecute the individual.[2] If immunity is waived by a government so that a diplomat (or their family members) can be prosecuted, it must be[according to whom?] because there is a case to answer and it is in the public interest to prosecute them. For instance, in 2002, a Colombian diplomat in London was prosecuted for manslaughter, once diplomatic immunity was waived by the Colombian government.[3][4]
  14. I was under the impression that the Diplomat's country was supposed to charge them in accordance with the laws of their home country. So they return home and are charged with the crime that fits their statute.
  15. I got mine done by a technician. Went through my insurance, cost me $100 plus the gasket.
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