On Mon, 16 Nov 2015 08:28:37 -0800 (PST)
Daniel Doron <danielmeirdo...@gmail.com> wrote:

> > > see screen capture here: http://postimg.org/image/esgjyhk9j/ 
> > > had to black out some parts because of proprietary info...but I
> > > hope you get the gist. 
> >
> > This "remote" stuff seems to be reachable from two tags: Alpha3 and 
> > Alpha2.  What happens if you remove them?  (Be sure to think this 
> > operation through before carrying on with it.) 
> >
> tried deleting them...changes nothing (except for the tags being gone)

OK, this means you may be maintaining a wrong mental model of how Git
history works or something awry with the Git history -- I'm not sure.

What does

    $ git cat-file commit f0afd6e

show to you?

Does it list 6d20be0 as its parent commit?

I'm not sure to which exact Git encantations your "lol" and "lola"
aliases expand, but from the screen shot you shown, I'd say that the
commit which were tagged Alpha3 is a direct parent of f0afd6e.

So please also post direct definitions of these aliases to we could do
more informed guesses.  You can run something like

    $ git config --get alias.lol

to get them.

(And if you can, please copy and paste text from your terminal; avoid
posting screenshots.)

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