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Prolonged exposure to mercury vapors may result in what is commonly called mad hatter disease, which involves symptoms including mood swings, irritability, nervousness and headaches.
Sometime earlier, the hatter had purchased – for a record price of $750 – another ball that had been signed by then-President Harding, Christy Mathewson ,and other luminaries during the Giants pitcher’s 1921 Polo Grounds farewell.
One of those things was the revelation about mad hatter disease.
Rogues often try to appear as crazy as mad hatters — sometimes defined by issuing threats, throwing temper tantrums, saying outrageous things, dressing weirdly, or acting peculiarly.
LOS ANGELES — Johnny Depp has played a loopy pirate, a mad hatter and a demon barber.
The Hatter calls his creepy-cool dance moves the Futterwacken.
But the drumbeat grew even louder with Depp's disappointing return as the Hatter in 2016's Alice Through the Looking Glass, which conspicuously opened in second place last Memorial Day weekend.
Depp has also starred in a number of less-than-stellar films for Disney in between making Pirates, from playing the Mad Hatter in the Alice in Wonderland films to starring in the box-office flop The Lone Ranger.
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Definition of hatter for English Language Learners
: a person who makes, sells, or repairs hats
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