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How is a raven like a writing desk?
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User: How is a raven like a writing desk?

Weegy: Actually, this riddle is designed to be nonsensical, and according to its author, Lewis Carroll, [ he never intended for there to be any real answer to the question: ?why is a raven like a writing desk?? The entire point of the riddle is that it has no answer, although numerous people have come up with creative interpretations of the riddle. A number of people have come up with creative answer to ?why is a raven like a writing desk.? The answer ?Poe wrote on both? is popular, as is ?they both stand on sticks? and ?they both come with inky quills.? ]
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User: How is a raven like a writing desk?

Weegy: Actually, this riddle is designed to be nonsensical, and according to its author, Lewis Carroll, [ he never intended for there to be any real answer to the question: ?why is a raven like a writing desk?? The entire point of the riddle is that it has no answer, although numerous people have come up with creative interpretations of the riddle. A number of people have come up with creative answer to ?why is a raven like a writing desk.? The answer ?Poe wrote on both? is popular, as is ?they both stand on sticks? and ?they both come with inky quills.? ]
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Weegy: Mad hatter disease describes the symptoms of mercury poisoning, specifically its effect on the nervous system. [ These include paraesthesias, vision and hearing impairment, slurred speech, anxiety, hallucinations, irritability, depression, lack of coordination, and tremors. The condition was observed among workers in the hat-making industry in the 19th century. Chronic mercury exposure was common in hatters who used a mercury solution during the process of curing animal pelts. Poor ventilation in the workshops of the time resulted in the hatters breathing in the fumes of this highly toxic metal, leading to an accumulation of mercury in the workers' bodies. Metal toxicity was poorly understood and the broad range of symptoms were also associated with insanity. ]
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