Search from the command line using the API

cmdfu(){ curl "$(echo "$@" | sed 's/ /-/g')/$(echo -n $@ | base64)/plaintext" --silent | vim -R - }
Search for one/many words on commandlinefu, results in vim for easy copy, manipulation. The -R flag is for readonly can still write to a file, but vim won't prompt for save on quit. What I'd really like is a way to do this from within vim in a new tab. Something like :Tex path/to/file but :cmdfu search terms

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