Lived in Plano from 85 to about 2002. You think Plano Texas is full of rednecks? Uh no. Not even close. Have you even ever driven though there? Are you thinking of a different Plano Texas? Maybe Plino, or Plono or something.
Even when I was there in 1985, and there was still a ton of farms and ranches, and the tollway had yet to even extend that far, I would say that too many preppies and yuppies were the problem. I also went to Plano East, which is where you would have found the few rednecks that lived there, and out of like a 3200 students, there was maybe 20 legit rednecks, and maybe 40 more wannabees, and those rednecks basically legit bull riding cowboys from horse farms in Parker and Murphy. And nice. Like super genuine human beings. I took equine ecology with them and got to go horse riding on the weekends for my grades. You can call them rednecks if you want, but they were really cool kids just trying to go to school and live there life.
Now a ton of us back then did wear cowboy boots and hats sometimes, and listen to Garth Brooks, and Reba and what not. Do you think that makes you a redneck? Do you think that people that listen to gansta music and wear red or blue shirts are in gangs?
Plano was a fantastic place to grow up. I was very fortunate to have spent half my childhood there. Safe, quite, and so many kids that even our developmentally challenged class had like 30 people in there to be friends with, which I always thought was really cool. If you didn't have at least 20 to 60 good friends, you didn't want any. Even if you were an Ahole, there was like 40 other Aholes to be friends with.
But tons of rednecks in Plano? LMFAO Nope. Try again. The average home price there is over 300k. Remember, Plano was the original Frisco, back when Frisco was all trailer home "lingerie shows" if you know what I mean? *wink wink.
Now when I moved to just outside Gun Barrel Texas 2003...... well that's whole other story. Ever stood in line at a convenience store, and listen to two mothers exchange strip club info, because one mothers daughter wasn't happy at her place, and the other women felt her daughters strip club job was amazing and lucrative, and then when you were leaving, the mom who's daughter worked at the good strip club tried to sell you meth or a BJ, and around those parts, we just called that a Tuesday? No? Well that's where you and I differ.