|Kara Zor-El (ex_girlsuper149) wrote in parabolical,|
@ 2008-08-19 19:10:00
|Entry tags:||clark kent (future), diana prince, kara zor-el, superman-prime|
Who: Kara Zor-El and Open (Superman-Prime maybe? :D)
What: Random Patrol/flying around wasting time.
Where: McRandom place in NY
When: Early afternoon, around 1pm
Kara had been growing bored hanging around the Justice League HQ, and while the computers, and technology was impressive for humans for just a while, it could only keep her entertained for just a while. She had spent a little more time in her new room at the Headquarters, and then had taken off to see if there was anything she could come up with that might need her attention.
It wasn't long before she found something for her to do. The screech of tires, and someone screaming at a little boy to look out as a car squealed toward him, having not seen him on time due to talking on a cell phone. Kara dove, a red and blue blur. A few seconds later and there was a sickening crunch as the car collided with her lower half, totally the wreck and creating a massive dent, and two other dents where her hands and slammed into the vehicle.
Blue eyes peered at the driver, who was looking at her stunned from the steering wheel. "Watch where you're driving next time." she said fiercely. The driver had cut it close, very close. Maybe Kara could have got the boy out of the way instead, but either way she would have hit the car. Out of many of the heroes she knew, Kara was a very impatient one. She'd feel no remorse over totaling a car as long as both parties were alright. She already knew the driver was alright, just too stunned to say anything.
Turning, she dislodged herself from the car and turned to the boy, lowering herself to his level. "Next time, be very careful." she said gently, with a smile. "There are lots of idiots who won't pay attention." she said, jerking her thumb over her head. "Be safe." she ignored the amazed look on the boys face, and the silence of the crowed. Turning to the car again, she picked up the damaged vehicle with two hands, and then moved it into a parking spot on the side of the road, out of the way of other vehicles. One more glare toward the driver, and she was taking off again, hoping to get away before too many people could break out cameras.