I tried the git reset --hard HEAD and this worked as I wanted.  But I have 
now also tried the process of fetch first and this is more along the lines 
of what I really want to do.
 
1.  See whats up on the central repo:  git fetch origin
2.  Look at the logs:  git log --graph --oneline --decorate --all
3.  If cool with what logs show, then add the local changes after the 
pull:  git rebase origin/master
 

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