Author Archives: Ed Hurst

About Ed Hurst

Avid cyclist, Disabled Veteran, Bible History teacher, and wannabe writer; retired.

This Blog Is Closed

Well, it finally happened. WordPress has rejected my pleas and forced me to use their hideously broken editor. It is carefully designed to prevent me from blogging. No, it’s not like I can’t learn new stuff, but I reject the … Continue reading

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Clay in His Hands

This was unexpected. Growing up in my Dad’s shadow, I learned a good bit about automotive maintenance and repair. I worked as a mechanic’s helper in a couple of garages. Up until I was about 40, I actually enjoyed doing … Continue reading

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The Vintage of Self-hate

Sitting here in front of my computer, I literally have the madman hat on my head this morning. It helps me concentrate on what I want to say, and reminds me that no one should take me seriously. That way … Continue reading

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Know Your Tribe

Know your tribe; put their needs first. This is fundamental to how reality works, how Creation was designed. We’ve covered some of this before. There are fundamental principles of Biblical Law that we strive to put into words to manifest … Continue reading

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Automax Hyundai — Bait and Switch

One of the things about a blog the shows up in the search engines is that you can reward business that do it right (like my beloved Wheeler Dealer bike shop). You can also shame those who do it wrong. … Continue reading

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Random Photos 21

This was meant to show the landscape around the Western Heritage Museum, which sits atop a hill, the brownish building almost in the center of the image. I’m on the Katy Trail, south of the hilltop, looking north toward the … Continue reading

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Today I experimented a bit with my cellphone camera. It does okay, which means not as good as my regular camera. Neither is very good facing the sun, but the cellphone is definitely worse. You can just about make out … Continue reading

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Society Is Not My Problem

I love people; I don’t care about society. Yes, I understand the part that civilization plays in this world. It’s closely related to the word “civility” — a system of customary behavior that allows people to live together in close … Continue reading

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Genuine Faith Is Unreasonable

In yesterday’s post I refreshed my viewpoint that the myth of America is quickly dying. I also referred to how there had been a very limited window of opportunity to save America and how it would have required drastic measures … Continue reading

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Mourn and Move on

Let me gore some sacred cows. Hitler was evil. He wasn’t Satan incarnate, but he was evil. His sin was rejecting the Covenant of God; nothing else he did matters. Thus, he chose to do things based on human reasoning … Continue reading

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