> If yes, then you have merely fell victim of a common misunderstanding 
> of how local and remote branches relate to each other in Git. 
>

Yes. I am a victim of circumstance. damn.

Remote:
live $ git branch -a
*live
master
remotes/site/live
remotes/site/master

test $ git branch -a
* test
remotes/site/HEAD -> site/master
remotes/master
remotes/site/test

Local clone:
*master
remotes/origin/HEAD -> origin/master
remotes/origin/live
remotes/origin/master
remotes/origin/test

Thank you. I will read both of those links. 

Despite following a tutorial and finding a lot of good information on sites 
like Stackoverflow, one issue which has been difficult is this idea of 
redundancy of multiple states (test, live) in each instance (e.g. live 
directory has a test state) seems simply like a clever use of branches, but 
also serious overhead (two states = 2^2 and three states (dev,stage,live) 
3^3). Any chance you have a link covering this too? 

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