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Hey

If you live in the Metroplex and are interested in modeling or love being in pictures then I have something for you!
My friend and upcoming (extremely talented) photographer Johnel is holding a little contest.
Submit an attractive, cute, nice-looking photo of yourself to Acosta.johnel@gmail.com Or kik @kingjohnel
Next, followers can vote for your picture, and whoever gets the most votes wins.
Winner gets a free photo shoot with included transportation.
His URL is uncontrol-lable.tumblr.com if you have questions.
Good luck!

I still want his #westworld #funny #recycled #denton

I still want his #westworld #funny #recycled #denton

In light of recent events (tornadoes) causing many animals to lose their home, the Cleburne Animal Shelter is having free adoptions this weekend. Check it out yoo~~

#denton #instadfw #architecture

#denton #instadfw #architecture

Idk #art #denton

Idk #art #denton

#bookish #coffee #denton

#bookish #coffee #denton

Yeah so I bought another #cassette new addiction? #dallas #denton

Yeah so I bought another #cassette new addiction? #dallas #denton

Haven’t worn this shirt in too long #35conferette #35denton #music #musicfestival #35d #denton

Haven’t worn this shirt in too long #35conferette #35denton #music #musicfestival #35d #denton

lettersfromhere:

Yesterday morning, Denton musician and concert promoter Glen Farris noticed something peculiar at the corner of the college town’s Hickory and Locust streets. There, embossed in brass and set in the concrete sidewalk in front of the Wells Fargo Bank on Denton’s town square, sat a plaque he had noticed many times before — one that marked the location of a time capsule buried 20 years earlier, on September 12, 1992. The capsule, the plaque explained, was set in place two decades prior by the employees of Denton’s First State Bank — a company that no longer exists, as, years ago, Wells Fargo bought out that initial entity — and was to be opened yesterday, as that company turned 100 years old.

“I just thought it was hilarious that we forgot about it and that it’s in a brass plaque literally set in stone,” Farris says today of his re-discovery.

So Farris did what any Internet-connected young Dentonite might do: He took a picture of the plaque with his camera phone, then uploaded it to his Instagram, Twitter and Facebook accounts. Within minutes, hilarity ensued.

Definitely worth clicking through for the story.

Thx Chip G.!

Away-Black and White by ~SilverSkies07

Away-Black and White by ~SilverSkies07