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A reference to Bill Hick's vision/hopes of California breaking off in an earthquake leaving a Arizona to have a bay. Used in a Tool song in the same reference and context
I'll See you down at Arizona Bay, sucker
by Paddy313 March 20, 2009
Phrase refers to a song by Tool called Aenima. Used appropriately it basically means:

"I'll see you in Hell." or "I'll see you at the End of the World."

Can be used as a compliment, or an insult, depending on its use. Maybe more prolonged use will define it more.
Jack, my friend, I'll see you down at Arizona Bay.

You just broke up with me? Well, bitch, I'll see you down at Arizona Bay
by Zach Suite February 16, 2004
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