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Numerology information Yakima:
Name Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice
Definition funny of Yakima:
A city in south-central Washington State. Riddled with crime and gang violence, the depressed area around and including the city are known for a high unemployment rate and low property values. Yakima has earned the nicknames "Yaki-Vegas", "Yaki-shithole" and "Yaki-crack". The official city slogan is "Yakima, the Palm Springs of Washington," which couldn't be farther from the truth.
Friend: "What should we do today?" Me: "We could go to Yakima, listen to the hispanic radio stations with our windows rolled down and carjack an '86 Oldsmobile."
A shitty shithole of a shitty shell of a fucked up town in south central washington. This run down, cracked out, disease infested city is infamous for its high crime rate and S.T.D. ridden population. Many residents are racist rednecks and wabby mexicans. One upside to living in yakima is the high rate of teen pregnancy, which means our chicks are D.T.F.! Another, less appreciated, upside is the dank ass chronic that is easily smuggled in from seattle. This chronic is used to roll what yaki-maniacs call "megablunts" which are blunts containing 8 or more grams of marijuana. nicknames: "crackima" "yaki-vegas" "yaki-crack" "shit springs of washington" and "northern mexico"
jane: "whats the best thing about Yakima?" sue: "that dank ass mega chronic blunts those yaki-maniacs roll!"
A great city to grow up and live in, located in central Washington state. The fifth-largest city in the state (outdoing capitol city Olympia in both mileage and population), Yakima is home to The Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences, Perry Technical Institute, and Yakima Valley Community College. It also boasts a thriving arts community and has been experimenting successfully in the wine industry for the past several years. Unfortunately, Yakima frequently goes unappreciated by residents who take its benefits for granted, especially young people who often yearn to move only to return after being disappointed in their new location.
Sue: I'm from Yakima, Washington. Sally: Isn't that that depressed city with the gang problems? Sue: It does have its shortcomings, but all cities do, and it also has a lot of really great things going for it. Mark: Hey, Matt, what are you doing here in Yakima? I thought you moved to Seattle! Matt: I did, but it sucked. Traffic was awful, cost of living was high, and I couldn't compete in its crowded rat race of a job market. Yakima may not be as busy, but it certainly has advantages I didn't appreciate until I was without them.
A city in South-Central Washington State. Like almost any city it has crime and it has some gang violence, keyword SOME...the whole town is not one slum like the other definition seems to describe in fact most of it is quite beautiful. The only nicknames I've heard of Yakima would have to be "Yakima" and "The palm springs of Washington", never anything other than that but I would know if my own town had a new nickname Also Yakima has a pretty damn good selection of radio stations if I do say myself, and no I've actually only heard maybe two or three hispanic stations. And I've never seen an 'oldsmobile' or really any cars shittier than that in Yakima.
Songs about Yakima:
Yakima by Erik Friedlander from the Album Block Ice & Propane
Bob & Ray Trophy Train (Yakima, Wa) by Bob & Ray from the Album Vintage Bob & Ray, The CBS Years: Vol 1 Disc 4
Strong Water: 2. Yakima Canyon Road by Mark Hetzler from the Album Bone Moan: The Trombone Music of David P. Jones
Track Includes: Rancher Jack Eaton of Yakima Canyon Explaining A by Northwest Heritage Resources from the Album Central Washington Heritage Corridor: Leavenworth to Maryhill
Yakima by Juni Fisher from the Album Let' Er Go, Let' Er Buck, Let' Er Fly
Yakima by Thomas Marriott from the Album Human Spirit
Yakima by Vanish Valley from the Album Vanish Valley
Books about Yakima:
Yakima Nights by Archie Kennedy (Sep 23, 2014)
Debbie Macomber's Cedar Cove Vol 3: 92 Pacific Boulevard\1022 Evergreen Place\1105 Yakima Street\1225 Christmas... by Debbie Macomber (Oct 13, 2014)
The Yakima (Indians of North America) by Helen H. Schuster (Dec 1990)
1105 Yakima Street (Cedar Cove) by Debbie Macomber (Aug 30, 2011)
BLOOD TRAIL OF THE HORSETOOTH WIDOW: Yakima Henry by Frank Leslie and Peter Brandvold (Feb 26, 2014)
Day Hiking Mount Adams and Goat Rocks: Indian Heaven, Yakima Area, White Pass by Tami Asars (Apr 15, 2014)
Yakima River (River Journal) by Steve Probasco (Aug 1, 1994)
Movies about Yakima:
Yakima Canutt Double Feature: Bad Men's Money / Branded A Bandit 2013 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 36 mins Starring: Yakima Canutt, Peggy Montgomery, et al. Directed by: J.P. McGowan and Paul Hurst
Yakima Canutt Double Feature - Outlaw Breaker / Iron Rider 2013 NR - Runtime: 2 hrs 1 min Starring: Yakima Canutt, Nelson McDowell, et al. Directed by: Jacques Jaccard
Washingtons Kittitas & Yakima Valleys 1994 NR - Runtime: 50 mins
Fly Fishing Video Magazine Vol.30 Washington's Yakima River Trout 1993 NR - Runtime: 1 hr Starring: Jim Watt, Tim Irish and Kelly Watt
Stuntman Yakima Canutt - A 1930's Western Cowboy Legend 2008 -
Laughing At Life A Soldier of Fortune Adventure of Gunrunning, Cabaret, War and Revolution Starring Victor McLaglen... 2007 - Runtime: 1 hr Directed by: Ford I. Beebe
The Old West Movies: Ghost Town Gold DVD Directed by Joseph Kane and Starring Robert Livingston, Ray Corrigan... 2008 - Runtime: 55 mins Starring: Ray Corrigan Directed by: Joseph Kane
Wiki information Yakima:
Yakima is a US city located about 60 miles southeast of Mount Rainier in Washington. Yakima is the county seat of Yakima County, Washington, and the state's ninth largest city by population. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of...
Yakima County is a county in the U.S. state of Washington. As of the 2010 census, its population was 243,231. The county seat and largest city is Yakima. The county was formed out of Ferguson County on January 21, 1865 and is named for Yakama tribe...