Space travel? Suddenly her full attention was aimed at the red head. “Did you hear anything else?” she asked. It was just short of a demand. That whole throw down had started when Tess had accused Lois of stealing some orb. Some sort of alien technology. Lois, of course, had no idea what she had been talking about at the time, but it made her wonder if it was connected somehow. “Anything about aliens?” She was reaching, of course, and the possibility that this woman knew anything else was slim. But she had just offered something new. Maybe she had something more.
Lois sighed. “Displaced. Just four years before you actually. 2008.” Honestly, she didn't think she would make a good native. She was too loud and brash for the women of this time.
“Reporter,” she supplied and with a hint of pride. It was one of the few things that she was good at and her confidence had only increased since the Blur had made it a point to compliment her work. “The Daily Planet. Though where I'm from it's centralized in Metropolis.” A beat. “Kansas.”