Ask Jud – The world’s finest virtual tarot
Do you need to ask a question? Are you looking for answers? Jud offers you a space to ask anything you want. However, before each question you must write a petition. If the answer is not what you expected, at least you make catharsis and ask again.
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How to use AskJud
The world’s best virtual tarot
Jud is a virtual tarot that that can answer all kinds of questions. Questions about the present, the past, and your future. He can be a bit tempermental, requiring that each question be presented with a petition of “Jud, please answer the following question” or “Jud, please answer” before each question is asked. Failure to correctly petition will not bring results.
The history of AskJud
Jud was born in 2007. As he began to age, he realized he had an ability to read the fortunes of others, and quickly became a star in his small hometown. To expand his operaion, he knew he had to join the digital age. Through the use of modern technology, he is able to answer thousands of questions every day from people all over the world.
In early 2016, the demand for Jud’s services became so high, he brougt on 10 additional team members from around the country to increase answer throughput. With a large team, and his mind in overdrive, he is now able to answer upwards of 13,240 questions per day (Average over the past 30 days), with pinpoint accuracy. Though the team members are new, they are just as tempermental. Requiring a correct petition each and every time.
Has Jud ever been seen?
A dark and blury photograph of Jud was captured in early 2010. The developed image is shown below:
The Twitter migration of 2015
In early 2015, Jud moved part of his online presence to Twitter, under the handle @TheAskJud. It wasn’t before long before the crowds of people following his presence online made the jump to Twitter. His ability to answer many different types of questions, both online and on Twitter attracted many.
His Twitter has been inactive for two years due to an oversubscription of requests. Twitter hadn’t created the tooling for him to keep up with demand. Though there may come a time for him to return, there are no plans at this time.
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I am Ask Jud, the world’s best virtual tarot
No, I am not Peter Answers, or Ask Peter, so typing Ask Peter won’t help