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# Even when you create objects they should be properly scoped... Remember this example?
t =
t.status = "RT #{}: #{@tweet.status}"
t.original_tweet = @tweet
t.user = current_user
# A simplified version of this, properly scoped might look like this:
:status => "RT #{}: #{@tweet.status}",
:original_tweet => @tweet
# This will automatically assign current_user to tweet.user, in other words, it will set tweet.user_id with current_user.user_id
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