This should be really basic. But up until now, I've never had to rename 
branches; when I clone something, or fetch, I fetch all the tags/branch names, 
and my stuff is always on a new branch.

Well, I'm now in the case of needing to maintain a branch named "gh-pages", 
that is not the same as the "gh-pages" branch of my upstream. And renaming 
isn't an option.

So, what's the syntax for dealing with (for example) 

keybounceMBP:AutoTrimps michael$ git remote -v
origin  https://github.com/keybounce/AutoTrimps (fetch)
origin  https://github.com/keybounce/AutoTrimps (push)
upstream        https://github.com/Zorn192/AutoTrimps (fetch)
upstream        https://github.com/Zorn192/AutoTrimps (push)
keybounceMBP:AutoTrimps michael$ git branch --list -a -r
  origin/HEAD -> origin/gh-pages
  origin/gh-pages
  origin/mapTest
  origin/nova
  origin/patch-1
  origin/patch-2
  origin/test
  upstream/gh-pages
  upstream/nova
  upstream/patch-1
  upstream/patch-2
  upstream/test
keybounceMBP:AutoTrimps michael$ 

I'm going to want to work with their gh-pages, which is going to be updated, 
and merged in, but I want "gh-pages" to be mine. So what do I need to do to 
keep this straight?

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