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Proper noun. Racine, Wisconsin. Also: Raycilla, Raytown and the Ghetto. Racine is considered to be the armpit of Wisconsin. The only thing surpassing the amount of stupidity there is the sheer number of people who retain the trait. The nice parts of town include up to 3 blocks from the lake, where the wealthy citizens (The Johnson family) reside. Other nice areas include: Outlying villages and towns, and anywhere not Racine.
Bitch, I from Racine. Don't make me kill you wit dis pencil.
NOUN - )Racine, WI....-Raytown, the cilla, rayzilla, etc...) Home to a few and the wanna-be home to oh, so many. A regular stranger that is lucky & lost can possibly navigate through this mid-sized diverse Midwestern City and make the conclusion that, "damn this is a nice place to live." While most of the natives there will hold a special place in their heart for Racine too many people since the beginning of the 80's with the cobination of corperations leaving town, and the RUSD going in the pooper have given Racine a bad rap. And by bad rap I am not refering to the awful local home-grown talented rapper, Mister Kevin Green. Racine sits on the westside shores of the mighty Lake Michigan. Yet due to the massive amounts of chemicals, seagul & human poop being dumped into the waters off Milwaukee, Racine citizens cannot even enjoy their lake-front paradise. Yet on a hot summer one cannot help to notice that still many make the venture from the hood to bath in those waters. The demensions of Racine are basically set up into 4 quadrants. You have the "soufside" which usually smells like a horrible comination of poop and urine due to the large "yellow ball" down there. Then there is the "mall area." Ahh yes, Emergancy mall.. o I mean Regency Mall. You won't find any of the rich a-holes venturing up from Illinois to shop in this mall. To the natives Regency Mall is basically a "mini-Racine" all in itself. Then the third area of Racine is entirly owned by the family that owns this city, The Johnsons. Their mafia provides the jobs for the majority of our citizens and owns much of the norfside. THEN, the last area.... Thee ghe-tto. Our Midwest ghetto is unique to itself and undescribable in that it covers 99.9% of this city. I advise that your next family vacation be spent just touring our fine ghetto, for you cannot miss it. This brings to the final aspect in the defenition of Racine. I feel as though this city is losing its' popularity at an alarming rate. This is because of the twin bullies to the north, Milwaukee, and to the south, Chicago. At times this effect makes the residents feel as though they are living in the "gooch" of those two cities. ENOUGH SAID, VIVA LA RAYTOWN!!!
1. "I am from the ray." 2. "Oh please, what you know about the cilla?" 3. ".......Raytown........."
Racine, Wisconsin located between Milwuakee, WI and Chicago Ill. Home of Kringles, Rocky Roccoco pizza, LaTapatia, Mexico Lindo-where you can't get extra sauce, peppers, cheese or ice!, Ferarro's pizza, bratwursts, Wells Brothers Pizza, Kewpees, and Vipers. Also home to the King of the city - Sam Johnson n them, along with the S.C. Johnson Wax store where you can get Glade Plug-Ins and other SC Johnson Wax products for 30 cents. It has the absolute crunkest prom of any city in the US! Prom is a city-wide event where every school celebrates on the same day and has one big after party complete with a parade, tv crews and red carpet downtown on the lake. The best show starts around 7pm at Park High School. The public school district outshines most urban districts in the country but the job market in the city is nonexistent. This city coined the phrase *Neighborhood Superstar*
1."Man, I'm in a new city, where's the best place to eat?" ---"Dude, you're so Racine." 2."Man, this prom is WEAK. Everybody's in limos? Where are the city busses, fire trucks, horses, drop tops on 24's, Escalades, Bentleys, and Chevys with the butterfly doors??? Are we even on tv?" --"Dawg, that's so Racine."
A diverse mid-sized city on the banks of Lake Michigan in Wisconsin that gets a bad reputation from ignorant and over-privledged kids in the milwaukee suburbs who probably have never set foot in Racine based on the fact that the community is integrated and that the white kids hang out with people of other races, for ths it is assumed that all of Racine is "ghetto" and everyone owns a gun
Songs about Racines:
Cantique de Jean Racine, Op. 11 (arr. for choir, violas, cellos, basses and harp) by Cambridge Singers from the Album Faure: Requiem - Messe basse
Mendelssohn: Athalie - incidental music to Racine's play, Op.74 - 2. War March of the Priests by Christoph von Dohnanyi from the Album Mendelssohn: The Symphonies; Overtures
Mendelssohn: Athalie - incidental music to Racine's play, Op.74 - 2. War March of the Priests by Christoph von Dohnanyi from the Album 40 Famous Marches (2 CDs)
Fauré: Cantique de Jean Racine, Op.11 - Arranged By John Rutter - Cantique de Jean Racine, Op.11 - Arranged By... by Members of the Rundfunkchor Berlin from the Album Spheres - Einaudi, Glass, Nyman, Pärt, Richter [+digital booklet]
Prendre Racine (Album Version) by Calogero from the Album Calogero
Cantique de Jean Racine - opus 11 (In Paradisum) by Laurence Equilbey from the Album Fauré: Requiem
Cantique de Jean Racine, Op. 11 by City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus from the Album Faure: Cantique De Jean Racine / La Naissance De Venus / Pavane / Requiem
Books about Racines:
Backlash (A Diana Racine Psychic Suspense Book 3) by Polly Iyer (Sep 30, 2014)
Racine: Drum and Bugle Corps Capital of the World (Images of America: Wisconsin) by George D. Fennell (Dec 1, 2008)
Mind Games (A Diana Racine Psychic Suspense Book 1) by Polly Iyer (Mar 31, 2012)
GODDESS OF THE MOON (A Diana Racine Psychic Suspense Book 2) by Polly Iyer (Oct 27, 2012)
Racine (Images of America) by George D. Fennell and Racine Heritage Museum (Sep 29, 2014)
The Beast of Monsieur Racine by Tomi Ungerer (Jul 28, 2014)
L'Ame Et La Racine (Romans, Essais, Poesie, Documents) (French Edition) by Richard Zrehen (Oct 21, 2014)
Movies about Racines:
Mondays at Racine [HD] 2014 NR CC - Runtime: 40 mins Directed by: Cynthia Wade
Mondays at Racine 2014 Unrated - Runtime: 39 mins
The Children's Circle Video Reading Program: ROSIE'S WALK / CHARLIE NEEDS A CLOAK / THE BEAST OF MONSIEUR RACINE... - Directed by: Gene Deitch and Morton Schindel
Des racines et des ailes : Caen, sur les traces de Guillaume le conquérant -
The Tomi Ungerer Library Children's Circle: Three Robbers / Moon Man / The Hat / Beast of Monsieur Racine G - Runtime: 35 mins
Des Pissenlits Par La Racine -
Louis de Funes : Tome 2 ; Vol 2 - Un Drole de Caid/ Des Pissenlits Par la Racine Original French ONLY Version... - Runtime: 3 hrs
Wiki information Racines:
Racines is a commune in the Aube department in north-central France.
Des racines et des ailes is a French television documentary series created by Patrick de Carolis and Patrick Charles in 1997. Des racines et des ailes is broadcast two Wednesdays per month on the France 3 television network and is rebroadcast on TV5....