If you fidget there's a new toy trend you should check out. Brett Erlich, Kim Horcher, and Amberia Allen, the hosts of The Young Turks, discuss fidget spinners. Tell us what you think in the comment section below.
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"We've all been there: filled with the insatiable need to click pens, twirl hair, or tap our fingers, just looking for a way to get more focused, soothe anxiety, or escape straight-up boredom. We've all needed to fidget.
Thanks to Florida-based inventor Catherine Hettinger — a really big thanks, because she hasn't made a cent from it — a unique, entertaining, palm-sized device is here to help people better manage their nervous energy. It's called the fidget spinner.
The latest distraction tactic sweeping the globe is said to encourage focus and provide an outlet for people with autism, ADD, or ADHD. Sounds great, right? But there's one serious drawback. It's causing major controversy in schools.”*
Hosts: Brett Erlich, Kim Horcher, Amberia Allen
Cast: Brett Erlich, Kim Horcher, Amberia Allen
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