Numerology information VALLEJO:
Extroverted, energetic, resourceful and adventurous, you are impatient and hungry for the taste of life! You'll approach many forks along your path, and you'll welcome each change as a new opportunity. Change is the name of the game for you, as is championing freedom. You are a born progressive, forward-thinking, liberal and super resourceful. You are also active, daring, non-conventional, unpredictable, and attracted by physical senses and indulgences. Pragmatic and opportunistic, you can be very persuasive. You will succeed in any career that calls for energizing power rather than routine.
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Vallejo is a city in the North Bay Area approx. 34 miles north of San Francisco and 57 Miles South of Sacramento California. Vallejo was established in 1851 by Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo and was the capitol of California in 1852 and 1853. Vallejo started mainly as a spanish and native american city, then grew intensely over the years. Now Vallejo in 2007 has a population of around 125, 000 people, with a wide variety of nationalities predominately: White-30%, black 30%, asians 20% and hispanic(latino)-19%, others: native american, pacific islander. Vallejo has a great diversity of people from rich to poor, and is about 40% lower class(10% of them in poverty) 40% middle class 10% wealthy. Some of the dangerous parts of the city are: Millerville, South Vallejo, Country Club Crest, Downtown-west, Hillcrest area among many other small parts, this is where there are stronger concentrations of crime. Vallejo in 1987 at a population of 70,000 had 34 murders which was the record number for the city. For a city of approx. 450,000 people(Oakland, Ca) that would be approx. 204 murders which by far exceeds Oakland's highest homicide rate of 190. Vallejo has claimed by many to "become the next "Richmond" or "Oakland" which it already has been, but has made dramatic improvements. Many of the new residents of Vallejo do not know the history and cannot appreciate how far Vallejo has come. It was the Oakland or the Richmond of it's day and has dramatically improved over the years to homicide rates of 3 per year with a population of over 120,000 people. Other crimes such as thefts and burglaries are far above average, but overall the city has improved becoming a safer place to live. Vallejo is the home of musicians: Sly and the family Stone, Mac Dre, E 40, Mac Mall, Turf Talk. Vallejo is also the home for Six Flags Discovery Kingdom formerly known as Six Flags Marine World. Vallejo is increasing in size, and the economy is growing, more jobs are created to keep more people off the streets. Vallejo is well known for the many churches it has, and is the backbone to gospel music in the Bay area along with Oakland, Ca. Also performing here as one of the top organists is Moses Tyson Jr. which has great technique and style. Vallejo is a beautiful city and has a wide variety of people from all walks of life creating a well- rounded blend. It overall a fun filled place with rich history and many chances of opportunity from the rich to the poor.
Vallejo is the best city in the North Bay!
The best last name there will ever be.
I'm proud to be Vallejos, ese!!!
Home city of the fallen Mac Dre, the great E-40, Baby Bash and Mac Mall and the Crestside Rompers and Thizzers. This is The Block, the north bay ghetto and once the state capital. From Rancho, The Crest (cuddiville), College Park, Hillcrest, Tree Town (T.T. WEST), Simmerons, The South, Beverly Hills, Sea Side to Lofas, Vallejo is crakn'. Bigger than richmond, but not quite oakland, Vallejo is the stompn' grounds for the SA's and AA's.
A: Where ya'll bout to go? B: We finna bounce to cuddiville.. A: In Vallejo? B: Yea A: Ya'll strapped? B: Like suspenders, ni**ga A: Aight, well imma hit The Block later today B: Ight den boi
Also known as The Block, Vallejo is the biggest city in Solano County. Consisting of: The Crest (Cuddiville), Terrace Park, T.T. West (Tree Town), The Ville, Hillcrest, Beverly Hills, Rancho, Lofas, The South, College Park, The Hills, Simmerons (Good Crest and Sea Side, Vallejo is a influencial part of the North Bay and Greater East Bay. With a populaiton of just over 121,000 people, Vallejo has become concentrated with city blocks of clicks and hence has become to be known as The Block. Surrounded by wankster cities like Benicia, Fairfield, American Canyon, Napa and Vacaville, Vallejo has maintained its reputation, as Dave Chappell would say, of keepn' it real. On the news you usually hear about Oakland, Richmond and SF crimes and whatnot but you never hear about Vallejo. That because 'ya boys' tryna run this city and cover things from the media. But please believe, on The Block, mess goes down. Triflin drama in dis city. Authorities here is corrupt.
A: Where you from? B: The Block A: Vallejo? B: Yea A: Iss coo down there? B: Depends on where you at. Some places is rich and coo, some places aint. Is all wut you can afford playa. A: Ya'll be havin shootn's and stuff? B: Yea fool A: You dont never here about it on the news B: Ya boys got chu wrapped up, thats why A:...? B: Dont trip, on The Block some places is coo at night like in the east, but in the North, South and West, in certain places you goota click or you gon have problems
THE CITY THAT RUNS THE BAY AREA WHERE ITS RESIDENTS ARE KNOWN TO MOB AND/OR GET ACTIVE ON BITCH NIGGAS,AND DONT BRING YOUR BITCH THERE SHE MIGHT GET STOLEN/MACKED ON
AYE CUDDIE LETS GO TO THAT PARTY IN VALLEJO, NAW THE INVATATIONS READ NO BITCH NIGGAS ALOUD
A shithole town in the Bay Area that's full of nothing but thugs, gangbangers, and trailer trash. Basically the armpit of the Bay Area.
CITIZEN: What's the safest part of Vallejo? COP: Benicia.
1.Some fat kid from the Toon Disney show called Fillmore!, he likes to wear suits and ride Rascal Scooters naked and piss and shit all over them. 2.-A Vallejo- Someone who displays the qualities above.
1.Vallejo is one messed up kid. 2.That fucking Vallejo took a shit on my Grandma's Rascal.
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Songs about VALLEJO
Venid y Adoremos (feat. Job Gonzalez, Eunice Rodriguez, Keila Alvarado & Victor Vallejo) by Kat Villalon from the Album Venid y Adoremos (feat. Job Gonzalez, Eunice Rodriguez, Keila Alvarado & Victor Vallejo)
Back to the Hotel (Vallejo Sessions) by N2deep from the Album Back to the Hotel - Vallejo Sessions
Te Amo Camila Vallejo by Desaparecidos from the Album Payola
Livin' It Up in Vallejo, California (feat. Lofty & Indecent the Slapmaster) [Explicit] by Jay Tee from the Album The Game Is Cold [Explicit]
Vallejo Nigga (Feat. E40) [Explicit] by Duna from the Album Enough Of Dis Shit Vol. 2 [Explicit]
¡ Súbete! Featuring Vallejo by Vitera from the Album ¡ Súbete!
Fillmoe - Vallejo [Explicit] by Andre Nickatina and Mac Dre from the Album A Tale Of Two Andres [Explicit]
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