"Interview" may not be the right word for what's going on here. I've got some questions, and the deck will answer back with its own questions. A Q&Q format, if you will.
Just as with a standard reading or deck review, I've shuffled and pulled cards at random.
Note: Andrew has included 5 extra cards with suggestions for putting his deck to use. I've not referred to them before creating the following questions.
1. There are other decks of cards that help people formulate questions. Are you different?
2. Ninety questions seems like more than enough.
Do you hope to fill everyone's need for a pertinent question?
3. You are square. Like coasters. Any particular reason?
4. Sometimes your questions are unexpected, and may lead to unintended lines of inquiry.
Is that your plan?
5. The artwork and lettering makes the questions seem casual, almost off-the-cuff.
Do you think that encourages people to dig into areas where they might not otherwise go?
6. For your last card, will you please leave me with a question to ponder?
Many thanks, Deck of 90 Questions!
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