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Help us help a few families for Christmas

When most people in Houston hear the words “The Greensheet,” they usually think of two specific things. First, they think about the jingle – the one that has played in grocery stores for years and the one that promises to …

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You learn a lot about people on airplanes

This column was written on board a United Airlines flight between Houston and Charlotte. I left home at 5 a.m. and discovered that what TV tells us is most important often really isn’t the case at all. When I take …

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Our family is moving, and Arthur can help

My wife and I are moving. Not far, but far enough that we need a truck and boxes and a phone call with “Arthur,” who lives in a place where English is the third language and whose name, I’m quite …

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You can’t learn to count by painting your face

My son set my phone to Chinese this weekend, which probably means he reverted it to “factory settings.” To most of us, that would be an enormous problem, you know, with the language barrier and all. But that isn’t what …

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Seat belts created the technology revolution

  Editor’s Note: As most Greensheet readers are new to this column, here’s a travel-advice column from the archives.   Gas is cheap, cars are reliable, and it’s been too long since you and the family got out of the …

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The Greensheet offers much more than print solutions

  If you ever want to see real pity in a person’s face, come stand behind me when someone asks what I do for a living. Last week, that happened about 10 different times in the span of two days. …

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