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I'm having the same problem.

I know that the helper method I have for current_user is not available in models. Since this goes

I read a post where someone suggested storing the current user inside the Model (http://rails-bestpractices.com/posts/47-fetch-current-user-in-models) but I'm leary of that solution because it seems like a bad idea to store something that might leak to other users.

This is a bit of a blocker since it's important to tie a particular tag to a user.