MMRbkaRudog wrote:'m not sure if I knew that Negro, but DTN was definately funny style any way. A lot of Nortenos didn't like DTN just running around DT & claiming it, but also for how they were organized & the way some members were. Some fools told me they got out of DTN & then got into 1 of the SJG's that was around at the time, & it might have been the SJ Gangsters 1. Funny thing is that I did hear something about North Siders trying to do some kind of merge in the mid-1990's, but wasn't sure on how that went & so didn't even know about mentioning it. I think some of the members were going to Peter Burnett at the time.
^ Yeah. that "Negro" was a Brotha. there was another Negro I met a real dark Chicano from NSSJ. alway, DTN threw a sign at my friend's light blue Regal and the ABH/XIVER dude riding shotgun got out of the car and straighten that out "No Surenos here." DTN would walk up and down 1st to 7th and Santa Clara St <----around the 1st St block, I think Negro was a only one that could stay out after curfew from DTN "funny style" <ROTFLMAO> BGT at that time. I think SJG were mostly youngsters coming up just after VNH established their last generation. the one homie I know I think got into SJG after VNH was fading. for some reason, he never officially got into VNH although he would kickback and do dirt with them and was from the heart of that varrio.
Yeah, I guess the youngsters nowadays could be calling it BNS. The merge I think was VNS~VNH but that would put those youngsters back then at Peter Burnett at this time at about 25 and I think it involved their older Brothers because it would put them at about early to mid 30's. I pretty sure it was VNS that merged into VNH, but if it was another varrio, I cant figure out where VNS was for all those years among those NS varrios and is this nowadays VNS a coincidence?
pistolslanga, I think that Hayward varrio is a coincidence, but again, I'll give it the benefit the doubt, I've never seen VNS put 14 after the varrio initials.
Also, I think VNH has been in hiatus in need of a new generation, something along the lines of VHS. there are still quite a few Nortenos around there but not like it back then. maybe because of the Sureno numbers nowadays in San Jose, the older Homies are kick starting these inactive Norteno varrios