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Good Morning It's Basketball 805 implied HN points 18 Sep 23
  1. The idea of having 2 NBA seasons in a year could increase the stakes and excitement of the regular season and playoffs.
  2. Shortening the seasons without eliminating games could be achieved by creating 2 separate seasons within a year.
  3. Having 2 NBA seasons annually would allow for a compressed schedule, potential trade deadlines, and more off-season opportunities.
Black Music and Black Muses 609 implied HN points 28 Mar 23
  1. In black music, spring symbolizes renewal and opportunity, but also carries heavy melancholy.
  2. Spring in black music represents a time of intense emotions, choices, and responsibilities.
  3. Spring brings role reversals and challenges us to embrace collective new beginnings in black music.
Changing The Channel 458 implied HN points 21 Jun 23
  1. The Summer Solstice is celebrated in the Northern Hemisphere, marking the longest day of the year and the beginning of shorter days.
  2. The author reflects on the connection between nature's rhythms, such as the seasons, the moon, and the sun, emphasizing the importance of aligning with these energies.
  3. Living in a city can make it challenging to stay attuned to nature, leading to a longing for places where people are more consciously connected to the natural world.
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To Asra 78 implied HN points 28 Apr 23
  1. Keats personifies the natural world in his poems, viewing seasons as entities with agency
  2. Observing the intricacies of nature, Keats depicts the characters of seasons and other elements in his poems
  3. The poems showcase an interconnected relationship between seasons and non-human beings in the natural world
Numb at the Lodge 0 implied HN points 05 Jul 23
  1. Riots start with an inciting incident like a child being murdered or a holy symbol being desecrated.
  2. Riots are tied to the seasons, usually happening in summer when the sun is seen as a weapon and a drug.
  3. The word 'riot' originally meant dissolute living and extravagance, while today it also reflects delicate, bourgeois feelings.