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sacred Mento
The teacher stepped back from the plume of Diet Coke exclaiming, "Behold, the Sacramento!"
by nonion September 04, 2008
 
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Sacramento is fo G's only nigguh. fuck wit eassac u betta b wearin a vest nigguh. L.A. suck my dick
now take a lesson from a sac-town criminal
by brotha lynch November 22, 2004
 
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Sacramento is a mid-sized city located in Northern California. It’s really not that great of a place. The best thing about it is the ethnic diversity and low crime rate. Besides that, it’s pretty much devoid of culture and can be quite boring. Some people would like to think of Sacramento as a great city, but that’s only because they don’t know better. Let me clear up some misconceptions:

1) There is a large population of state workers here. It’s the city’s biggest industry.
2) There are cows. Just go to Rio Linda or Elk Grove. You’ll see them.
3) There aren’t any real ghettos or very affluent areas. South Sac and Oak Park are poor, but not Compton-level ghetto. The Pocket is rich, but not Beverly Hills rich. This makes Sacramento fairly homogeneous in social class.
4) Sacramento is boring to people who have experienced the nightlife of a city that actually has culture. The second Saturday art walks, music scene, and Cesar Chavez Park concerts aren’t really that great.
5) UC Davis is a superior school to CSUS. Better funding, better programs, more rigorous courses. CSUS is easy, but not academically challenging.
6) The weather isn’t that good. It’s either very hot or very rainy/cold. The cool autumn weather only lasts a few weeks.
7) There’s never snow, but that’s just another thing that sucks about Sacramento, cuz snow is fun.
No one in Sacramento over the age of 17 uses the word "hella." Except Gwen Stefani.
by TheKoolAidGuy August 30, 2010
 
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The capital of California, also known as Suckramento.Contrary to popular belief, Sacramento is NOT a cowtown, Sacramento County is mostly urban-suburban, but make no mistake, it is DEFINITELY NOT exciting here either. After 10pm, there is absolutely nothing to do, unless you enjoy getting drunk (like everywhere, bars are open until 2am), or going to the 24-hour WalMart, or smoking crank.
"Sacramento: where fun comes to die..."
by Nastina August 06, 2005
 
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The most boring city ever, despite the fact that it's fairly big. It’s the capital of California. It has no real ghettos. The closest thing it has to a ghetto is Del Paso Heights, which isn't really that bad. It also has only a couple really affluent neighborhoods, so pretty much 98% of Sacramento is middle class. Sacramento has no real uniqueness or culture like other cities. The only thing that's sort of unique is the old Victorian-era houses that are downtown, a few blocks from the government buildings. Yeah, it has clubs, bars, and restaurants, but every city has that. None of them are particularly interesting.

The weather sucks. In the fall, winter, and spring it gets cold and rains, but it never EVER snows except up in the Sierra Nevada mountains, which are about 40 miles from the city. Because of this, you will never get to make a snowman, make a snow angel, or have a snowball fight unless you take a trip to the mountains. In the summer it gets really hot, and is over 90° F for most of June, July, August, September, and the first half of October. Sometime in October the weather switches from really hot to rainy and cold, as mentioned above. So the weather is pretty much never good, except maybe in April and May.

One good thing about Sacramento is that there are a lot of different races and nationalities living here, and there isn’t much racism. There is a large Russian and Ukrainian immigrant population.

The teenagers in Sacramento use the word "hella" a lot. It can get annoying after a while, but it’s not too bad.

Sacramento is an industrialized city, not a cow town. The only farms and ranches are on the very outskirts of town.

The Kings are the basketball team of Sacramento. They play in Arco Arena, a pretty but extremely loud arena in West Sacramento. The Kings’ colors are purple and black. The Kings and the L.A. Lakers have had a sort of feud going on. In 2002 the Kings were actually good enough to make it to the Western Conference NBA Finals. The Lakers came to Sacramento for one of the games and stayed in a hotel, where Kobe Bryant got food poisoning. No one else got food poisoning in that hotel, so it’s pretty obvious that the hotel staff poisoned him on purpose to try to get the Lakers to lose. The Lakers won the Western Conference finals anyway. The Kings suck now.

Sometimes Sacramento is called Sac-Town, but that name is just used by lame wannabe-gangstas. No one here actually seriously calls it Sac-Town.

So that’s the lowdown on Sacramento. It’s a really boring city that has nothing distinguishing about it. It’s the most average, normal, run-of-the-mill city ever.
God, Sacramento is boring.
by Aquamelon September 02, 2006
 
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Piece of shit city in the middle of a shitty state. It is flat and ugly and green here. The whole city is full of minorities and poor people. It's boring and the people are rude. It is called Ball Sac city. Everywhere you look, you see homeless disgusting people pushing shopping carts and digging in trashcans. There is a ton of crime here with a lot of drive by shootings by gangs. But, despite all the crime, the cops just want to pull over old ladies and good citizens. The city is too busy giving out tickets for having your cars on your lawn than to actually fix the city.
Fuck Sacramento! I hate this place.
by Old Greg n Bob April 16, 2008
 
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The overwhelming majority of employed Sacramentans work for the state government. Many are second- and third-generation civil servants. Never having worked in the private sector, they are thoroughly convinced that anyone who ever got laid off from a job was incompetent no matter how much press there has been about a particular industry's problems.
These government workers feel that anyone who didn't grow up within a two-hour radius, like them; marry another native, like them; and produce Sacramenot children, like them, is not worthy of being spoken to.
Racially, it's diverse, but mingling is mostly limited to those state jobs or public schools.
"I have a house because I worked hard," says the 36-year-old Sacramento native whose parents put him through college and made the down payment on said house.
by gnuzhound May 13, 2006