(EST. 2009) I see life in an abstract, slanted way. This blog was made to try and display that point of view to the people who don't know me, or those who know me more than I know myself. The blog title came from a combo of "This is What I Call Her" By Lil'Wayne, the constant smell of reefer on some of my close friends, and of course my last name [don't forget the "E"]. I'm high off of life, this blog is my blunt and I'm passing it too you. Inhale until you feel you've had too much GREENE.


Long live the prince.

Will is my pops. 



Me and my hermano Trevor hit the NYC streets for a day of shopping before he headed back to Silver Springs, MD.  I must say, we ran into some nice deals in some very popular stores... or boutiques rather.  Without planning our route of attack, we covered a lot of ground (no pavement) and gave thumbs up all around the South of Houston area.  "Had to say it was a good day."

Trevor was scared to to put this one up.
Keychain or racoon?
almost symmetrical?
I, Robot
I love buildings/apartments etc., NY has some nice ones.  Even if they're abandoned.
Ended the night the right way when we got back to Philly.

thumbs up people, GREEEEEEEEEEEEEENE.



Just a few pictures from my man Curt's annual cookout and a house warming party at Temple.  Good times.

That's real.
Carry ons
The Magician at Curt's was pretty nice. Still don't know where he came from.
I was done when the cards came out his mouth.
Young Eaaaasely
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Cold chillin'.
Hood pose.
The boul, Bev
Theo is THE MAN.
Krem and Gold
Place of Liberty


"ATL, Georgia. What we do for ya"

Last week was the American Tennis Association (ATA) National tournament.  This tournament has played a crucial role in the history of tennis.  My coach tells me stories of how this annual tournament was the only major tennis tournament that blacks were allowed to play in during the times of segregation.  Every year this tournament is in a different location, last year it was in Miami (Very upset I missed it due to injury...). I have planned to play this tournament for the past four years but never got a chance to. However, this year my name was in the draw and I was actually able to play thanks to a man by the name of Dr. Scott.  Although, I took a second round loss in the Men's Open Event due to piss poor preparation, I met players from all over the nation both young and old and got some practice in with fellow collegiate tennis players.  Philly held it down taking both Men's and Women's Opens, Men's doubles and Mixed doubles titles.  I plan to play this tournament every year from now on to carry on the tradition of the ATA.  I enjoyed myself and got another chance to explore Atlanta.

Hit the daddy stroke.
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Philadelphia, Pa, United States