I have this one repo at work that I have a *lot* of branches for, and I'm terrible at cleaning them up when I'm done with them
listing them by alphabetical order is almost useless, if I don't remember the branch name then there are just too many to remember which one I want
so I learned about `--sort`, now I can see which branches I've committed to most recently:
`git branch --sort='-committerdate'`
re: git tip
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