Where There's A Spark part 1She felt a sharp pulse in her mind. Her former co-workers used to joke about her 'spider-sense' and how it warned her of dangerously malfunctioning robots. The last personal cleaning automaton she'd fixed had grabbed her blowtorch and attempted to set her head on fire. The advance notice was terribly unspecific and only warned a minute early at best, sometimes failing to work at all. Skyler set her burger back in the container and gazed around the outdoor cafe. While not packed, there were plenty of people around. A few families had young children and small robots to help take care of them. The worst they could do would be throwing children around. They can't be the problem, I'm only warned of danger to myself. It couldn't be a car collision; vehicles didn't have any artificial intelligence and so would be undetected by her 'radar.'
Suddenly the feeling returned, accompanied by a sensation of falling through the air. Danger from above! Two airborne vehicles shot by; one a