troubleshooting Question

I want to access a commit I made last Saturday. How?

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I committed some changes to my remote repository last Saturday that have since been edited by other guys on my team resulting in a body of code that's got some notes in it that no longer functions the way that it needs to.

I've done some pulling and rebasing on my local box and it's a ball of snot.

I want to access the code that I pushed up to my remote repository a couple of days ago. I'm under the impression that once I rebase my local branch, I'm stuck from that perspective.

But I'm wondering if there isn't a way to turn back time on the remote repository so I can access that commit, pull it down to my local box and be good to go.

How can I do that?
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