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Definition funny of Almaden:
A sheltered area in South San Jose, pretty much isolated from the rest of the city. The houses in Almaden are generally big and two stories, and the people are rich. The kids in Almaden are usually rich, spoiled, preppy. Either they are wannabes who think they live in Beverly Hills, or they are rich white kids who want to be ghetto. Almaden includes the schools Leland, Bret Harte, Castillerro.
Almaden kid drives up in Dad's Mercedes, wearing a bandana. Almaden kid:It's hard out here man.... East San Jose kid: stfu, the only problems you've faced is when Tilly's runs out of purple.
Gay Anger. From the Spanish word
He was Almadening us after we told his folks he was gay.
Songs about Almaden:
Almaden by Baldinotti Eros from the Album My 100 Chillout Hits 2012
Almaden by Baldinotti Eros from the Album 100 Great Chillout Tunes
Almaden by Baldinotti Eros from the Album Chillout Song
Almaden (Dariio Remix) by Adamuna from the Album The Almaden EP
Almaden (Original) by Adamuna from the Album The Almaden EP
Almaden (Outer Sunset Remix) by Adamuna from the Album The Almaden EP
Almaden (Thomas Radman Remix) by Adamuna from the Album The Almaden EP
Books about Almaden:
Almaden Vineyards' Feasts of Wine and Food by William Rice (1987)
The Almaden district (Spain): Anatomy of one of the world's largest Hg-contaminated sites [An article from: Science... by P. Higueras, R. Oyarzun, J. Lillo and Sanchez-Hernand
New Almaden (CA) (Images of America) by Michael Boulland and Arthur Boudeault (Jun 26, 2006)
El 'Informe Secreto' de Mateo Aleman sobre el Trabajo Forzoso en las Minas de Almaden (Monografias A) (Monografías... by Germán Bleiberg (Jan 1, 1985)
Almaden: Webster's Timeline History, 1620 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Jul 10, 2009)
Almadén is my life : oral history transcript / and related material, 1984-198 by Ruth Teiser, Morris H. Katz and William A. ive Dieppe (Jun 6, 2011)
Life in the Mines of New Almaden by Paul Jacobs (1978)