Hey Again Adam:

On Sat, Aug 03, 2013 at 12:39:15PM -0400, Daniel Convissor wrote:
> All is not lost.  Your local files should be stored in the repository's
> reflog.  Examine the output of "git reflog".  You can then reset your
> working directory to obtain those files by doing something _like_
> "git reset --hard HEAD@{1}".

A further thought.  The most useful thing to do would probably be along
these lines...

git reflog  # as mentioned before
git checkout -b myinitialstuff HEAD@{<desired number>}
git log
git checkout master
git cherry-pick <hash of your first local commit>


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