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Definition funny of Plano:
A suburb of Dallas, it breifly flashed into national news-worthiness when blacktop heroin found its way there in the late 90's, leading to a slew of deaths. It can be divided into 2 regions A. West: The newer part, it also has a higher per capita income(on the order of $100,000-$120,000). Its schools are still a hotbed of drug activity due to the high preponderance of bored, rich kids, but heroin has fallen out of favor. B. East: Considered by most Plano-ites, to be the "ghetto" section of Plano, the vast majority is still upper-middle class. It however lacks the number of shopping malls/ multiplexes/ etc. that have arose in the west side during the building boom that hit the DFW area in the 90's.
In Plano there are two types of students; bored, rich junkies and GPA-whoring asians
A medium-sized community (about 250,000 people) in the northeastern sector of the DFW metroplex. Alot of shit is said about it from people who don't even live here. First of all, let me begin by saying that really the only "rich" part of Plano is the area in between George Bush Tollway, Dallas North tollway, Windhaven Parkway, and Preston Road, which only makes up for about 1/6 of the city as a whole. However, once you pass Coit road going west, you will definitely notice a change in atmosphere. Even then it's not rich, if you want to see rich go to Beverly Hills. And there are actually many low-income government housing projects in the Plano West attendance zone. Plano is also known for its abundance of movie theatres, such as the Cinemark Legacy, Tinseltown, the Angelika, the Movies 10 dollar theatre (YES! a DOLLAR THEATRE in PLANO!!! AREN'T YOU SHOCKED????) and the Studio Movie Grill. I really can't think of a place I'd rather live, but maybe because I've lived here about 95% of my life
Plano, TX sure is fine and dandy.
Plano, Texas: A city that is sometimes thought of as "all of America summarized into one city." In this city, there are at least 20 people from each region of the planet. The crime rate in Plano is usually minimal, however drug abuse occured often in the 90's. In the early 90's and late 80's Plano was a large town with few shopping centers and malls, until a building boom in the mid-90's occured. Plano is often divided by young citizens, the West side and the East (also known as downtown Plano, or more crudely, the Ghetto- it is not very poor, however it isn't as new.) The West Side has more money per capita than the East side. East Planoites (usually of teenager age) describe West Planoites as snobby, rich bitches, spoiled, bored, and potheads. People from outside of Plano say such things about Plano, usually because they don't have anything better to do or they used to live there and got treated poorly. Plano is also often known as unique or diverse. Most of the defintions of Plano on Urban Dictionary are hateful and poorly written, or completely opinionized. The best resource for info on Plano, historically and presently, is Wikipedia.
I live in Plano, and go to school at Plano West. A lot of people from East Plano and outside of Plano say cruel things to me or about me because of where I live; but their stereotypes are based off of people under the age of 18- I believe that wherever you go in America teenagers will be immature, inconsiderate, and/or rude, and that people who judge a city off of it's children are immature, too.
also a hotbed of single chicks fucking married men.
Songs about Plano:
Planos Altos by Estudios Talkback from the Album Folklore in the Andes. Andean Flute of America
Plano Secuencia by Narcotango from the Album Narcotango
Plano Texas USA by Lutricia McNeal from the Album Metroplex
Plano Heroin [Explicit] by Pimpadelic from the Album She's Dead [Explicit]
Planos Altos by Estudios Talkback from the Album Musica Andina para Relajarse. Sonidos de América
Plano Texas Blues by Quintus McCormick Blues Band from the Album Hey Jodie!
Aquele Plano Para Me Esquecer by Adriana Calcanhotto from the Album O Micróbio Do Samba
Books about Plano:
Los planos de la Biblia: Una guia catolica para entender y acoger la Palabra de Dios (Spanish Edition) by Joe Paprocki DMin and Miguel Arias (Aug 1, 2009)
Plano's Historic Cemeteries (Images of America) by The Plano Conservancy for Historic Preservation Inc (Sep 22, 2014)
Polinomios Algebraicos y Geometricos (Productos Notables Planos y Factorizacion): Productos Notables en el Plano... by Juli JULIO CESAR Barreto GARCÍA (Oct 18, 2014)
Football and Integration in Plano, Texas: Stay in There, Wildcats! (Sports) by The Plano Conservancy for Historic Prese, Jeffrey C. Campbell, Amy Sandling Crawford and Kirby Stokes (Sep 2, 2014)
Rand McNally Streets of Plano, Frisco, McKinney, Denton, Flower Mound, Texas by Rand McNally and Company (Feb 2, 2010)
El plano sublime (Spanish Edition) by Ramtha (Jun 15, 2006)
EL LIBRO DEL ELECTRICISTA COMO LEER PLANOS ELÉCTRICOS (EL LIBRE DEL ELECTRICISTA) (Spanish Edition) by CORNEL BARBU (Apr 16, 2012)
Movies about Plano:
Primer Plano: Level 2 2000 -
Primo Plano 4 Video 2003 -
Primer Plano 3: Video 2001 -
Los Planos De Bruce Partington Unrated -
Turma Da Monica - O Plano Sangrento 2001 -
Trading Spaces - They Hated It! Plano, Bent Horn Court 2002 - Starring: Genevieve Gorder, Ty Pennington, et al.
Primer Plano: Level 2 2000 -
Wiki information Plano:
Plano is a city in the state of Texas, located mostly within Collin County. The city's population was 269,776 at the 2010 census, making it the ninth most populous city in the state of Texas and the 70th most populous city in the United States. Plano...
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