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Bread Overhead by Fritz LeiberPreview:
By FRITZ LEIBER
The Staff of Life suddenly and disconcertingly sprouted wings and mankind had to eat crow!
Illustrated by WOOD
As a blisteringly hot but guaranteed weather controlled future summer day dawned on the Mississippi Valley, the walking mills of Puffy Products ("Spike to Loaf in One Operation!") began to tread delicately on Bread Overhead by Fritz Leiber their centipede legs across the wheat Bread Overhead by Fritz Leiber fields of Kansas.
The walking mills resembled fat metal serpents, rather larger than those Chinese paper dragons animated by files of men in procession. Sensory robot devices in their noses informed them that the waiting wheat had reached ripe perfection.
As they advanced, their heads swung lazily from side to side, very much like snakes, gobbling the yellow grain. In their throats, it was threshed, Bread Overhead by Fritz Leiber the chaff bundled and burped aside Bread Overhead by Fritz Leiber for pickup by the crawl trucks of a chemical corporation, the kernels quick dried and blown along into the mighty chests of the machines. There the tireless mills ground the kernels to flour, which was instantly sifted, the bran Bread Overhead by Fritz Leiber being packaged and dropped like the chaff for pickup. A cluster of tanks which gave the metal serpents a decidedly humpbacked appearance added water, shortening, salt and other ingredients, some named and Bread Overhead by Fritz Leiber some not. The dough was at the same time infused with gas from Bread Overhead by Fritz Leiber a tank conspicuously labeled "Carbon Dioxide" ("No Yeast Creatures in Your Bread!").
Thus instantly risen, the dough was clipped into loaves and shot into radionic ovens forming the midsections of the metal serpents. There the bread was baked in a matter of seconds, a fierce heat front browning the crusts, and the piping hot loaves sealed in transparent plastic bearing the proud Puffyloaf emblem (Bread Overhead by Fritz Leiber two cherubs circling a floating loaf) and ejected onto the delivery platform at each serpent's rear end, where a cluster of pickup machines, like hungry piglets, snatched at the loaves with hygienic claws.
A few loaves would be hurried off for the day's consumption, the majority stored for winter in strategically located mammoth deep freezes.
But now, behold a wonder! As loaves began to appear on the delivery platform of the first walking mill to get into action, they did not linger Bread Overhead by Fritz Leiber on the conveyor belt, but rose gently into the air and slowly traveled Bread Overhead by Fritz Leiber off down wind across the hot rippling fields.
The robot claws of the pickup machines clutched in vain, and, not noticing the difference, proceeded carefully to stack emptiness, tier by tier. One errant loaf, rising more sluggishly than its fellows, was snagged by a thrusting claw. The machine paused, clumsily wiped off the injured loaf, set it aside where it bobbed on one corner, unable to take off again and went back to the work of Bread Overhead by Fritz Leiber storing nothingness.
A flock of crows rose from the trees of a nearby shelterbelt as the flight of loaves approached. The crows swooped to investigate and then suddenly scattered, screeching in panic.
The helicopter of a hangoverish Sunday traveler bound for Wichita shied very similarly from the brown fliers and did not return for a second look.
A black haired housewife spied them over her back fence, crossed herself and grabbed her walkie talkie from the laundry basket. Seconds later, the yawning correspondent of a regional newspaper was jotting down the lead of a humorous news story which, recalling the old flying saucer scares, stated that now apparently bread was to be included in the mad aerial tea party.
The congregation of an open walled country church, standing up to recite the most familiar of Christian prayers, had just reached the petition for daily sustenance, when a sub flight of the loaves, either forced down by a vagrant wind or lacking the natural buoyancy of the rest, came coasting silently as the sunbeams between the graceful pillars at the altar end of the building... Continue reading book >>