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Pointblank Times, Vol. 2, No. 5, June 1976 - Page 6. June 1976. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 5, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/29/show/20.

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Title Pointblank Times, Vol. 2, No. 5, June 1976
Date June 1976
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  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Lesbianism--United States--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Lesbians--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
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Transcript Vioik /t ?%U*d 7V6,* 1/UCtect 7K<f tttud The year is .040. The new civilization is 200 revolutions old. The new civilization began the day after the big Blam-Blam in the old year 2000. Calculated time-life of new civilization is 5000 revolutions. Matrix is .150 and has lived 18 revolutions. She has recently started her ambitions at the Gallery of the Stars as a synthesizer. She is an ancientist studying the old years 1970-1980. Karma is .200 and has lived 20 revolutions. She finds Matrix in a dome cube laughing her head up. "What the Bang are you reading Matrix?" Matrix looks up, still smiling. "I'm reading artifact US 2697H12. It's called Point Blank Times. It's a discussion of lesbian culture in Houston, Texas, U.S.A., 1976. I was just thinking how nice it would be to visit one of their meetings." Karma sighs, "Has anyone told you, you're a real rocket." Matrix laughs, "Karma, just because you're a modernist, with no use for the old way is no reason to get insulting. Besides, what would we be except for them." Karma lays down on the fondle mat and looks out at the stars. "I don't see that we would be any different. You would still be an ancientist and I a modernist. We would still have a high energy connection." She wraps herself around Matrix for better body hum. "My graphics aren't that good but as I recall that whole area is under water. It doesn't even exist as a productive area to date. What does an artifact by a group of dead or blown women have to do with us? They couldn't have had much effect or they'd be listed in Old Tilts and Progress: Culture Evolved." " Matrix "rolls back into her arms. "They will be listed in Old Tilts by the time I'm finished." "You are a rocket Matrix." Karma rises and strokes her hair. "On with time, I hope you succeed." She moves off toward Advanced Enhancements. The mind dance was rediscovered by Moonsun in the year .011. It had been lost for three civilizations. It was first notated by Xara and translated from her own marks to mean: The filling of finite space with mind sounds in order to dance the meaning without feeling like a banana. Matrix begins to mind dance. It's a little hard to start because she's still feeling the surface energy of Karma, but she finally begins The dance .1 Culture follows an erratic spiral pattern. .2 A culture does not exist unless it has an effect on some culture which fol- 1 ows. .3 Culture is individualistic and conglomerate. .4 One being can be a culture, 50,000 beings may not be a culture, and vice versa. .5 Culture redefines itself in every new civilization. .6 The last civilization defined itself in heterogeneous terms, where as our civilization is defined in multigeneous terms. .7 In order for a culture to have an effect on a progression it must satisfy both the old and the new definition. .8 The beings of P.B.T. notated or marked a connection and collection of attitudes and effect concerning lesbian culture in the year 1976. .9 They notated or left a mark which was discovered by our culture. 1.0 To mark in a following culture is to effect, therefore half is satisfied. The Dance .1 Known definition of culture in 1976: The sum total of ways of living built up by a group of human beings and transmitted from one generation to another. .2 In the U.S. Culture of 1976, it was artificially estimated that 4% of the population were lesbians. continued on page 11