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It's kind of nice that this just gives suggestions by default rather than running potentially breaking commands.

But as someone else here mentioned, you really want to understand the reflog in git. Everyone screws up at some point or another, and it's much easier to work through things when you can rely on the reflog to act as a safety net and an anchor of sanity.

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