Hi Carter,

It's a bit hard to understand what you are doing here. Please write exactly 
what you commands you are doing and the console output you are getting as a 
result.

Generally, squashing means rewriting several old commits into being a single 
commit. It is "general Git knowledge" that you should never rewrite history 
after it has been published/pushed.

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