This was not the case here, I only used the remote to cherry-pick a few 
commits, did not base my work on any of the remote's branches. 

On Tuesday, November 17, 2015 at 10:14:36 AM UTC+2, Magnus Therning wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 16, 2015 at 05:52:22AM -0800, Daniel Doron wrote: 
> > see screen capture here: 
> > had to black out some parts because of proprietary info...but I hope you 
> > get the gist. 
> It looks to me like you've based your work on the remote repo, i.e. your 
> changes are descendants of the commits in the remote repo.  If that 
> wasn't the case, I believe your `git lola` command should show different 
> branches otherwise, and it doesn't. 
> Removing a remote will *not* remove the commits made there if you have a 
> local branch (e.g. `master`) that's based on those commits. 
> /M 
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