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Add support for parallel bzip2

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 # Shows most used commands, cool script I got this from: http://lifehacker.com/software/how-to/turbocharge-your-terminal-274317.php
 alias profileme="history | awk '{print \$2}' | awk 'BEGIN{FS=\"|\"}{print \$1}' | sort | uniq -c | sort -n | tail -n 20 | sort -nr"
+# Check to see if pbzip2 is already on path; if so, set BZIP_BIN appropriately 
+type -P pbzip2 &>/dev/null && export BZIP_BIN="pbzip2"
+# Otherwise, default to standard bzip2 binary
+if [ -z $BZIP_BIN ]; then
+  export BZIP_BIN="bzip2"
+tarb() {
+  tar -cf "$1".tbz --use-compress-prog=$BZIP_BIN "$1"
+untarbzip() {
+  $BZIP_BIN -dc "$1" | tar x --exclude="._*"
 untargzip() {
   tar -xzf "$1" --exclude="._*"
-untarbzip() {
-  tar -xjf "$1" --exclude="._*"
 alias untar=untargzip
 alias buntar=untarbzip
-alias tarb="tar -cjf"
 alias cp_folder="cp -Rpv" #copies folder and all sub files and folders, preserving security and dates
 killhard() {
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