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The fidget spinner is the hot new toy sweeping the nation. It comes in a myriad of colors and styles and ranges in price from $2 to $900 for a gold-plated one. Kids are clamoring for them and they are flying off toy store shelves. One most assume that the person who invented this nifty gadget has to be making millions. But Catherine Hettinger, a chemical engineer from Florida, invented the original fidget spinner 2 years ago and shockingly, isn't making a dime off the gadget.