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Last login: Wed Jun 12 15:15:00 on ttys000
-bash: Downloading: command not found
-bash: Upgrading: command not found
-bash: RVM: command not found
-bash: RVM: command not found
-bash: Upgrade: command not found
-bash: Upgrade: command not found
-bash: Downloading: command not found
-bash: Upgrading: command not found
-bash: RVM: command not found
-bash: RVM: command not found
-bash: Upgrade: command not found
-bash: Upgrade: command not found
iMac-de-Media:~ medialab$ 
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Especially: what have you added to your shell startup files (.bashrc, .bash_profile, etc) – Gordon Davisson Jun 12 '13 at 20:53

It looks like you have invalid information in your .bash_profile or .bashrc file. These files need to be in bash script format. Official documentation is here: GNU.org Bash Startup Files.

You can test with this command or something very similar:

source ~/.bash_profile

or

source ~/.bashrc

This will allow you to pinpoint the specific file where the errors/invalid text is.

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