In this Wednesday, May 10, 2017, photo, attorney Kim Juszczak uses a fidget spinner while riding the subway in New York. Fidget spinners have been around for years, mostly used by kids with autism or attention disorders to help them concentrate. But they exploded in popularity this spring.
In this Wednesday, May 10, 2017, photo, attorney Kim Juszczak uses a fidget spinner while riding the subway in New York. Fidget spinners have been around for years, mostly used by kids with autism or attention disorders to help them concentrate. But they exploded in popularity this spring. Mary Altaffer AP
In this Wednesday, May 10, 2017, photo, attorney Kim Juszczak uses a fidget spinner while riding the subway in New York. Fidget spinners have been around for years, mostly used by kids with autism or attention disorders to help them concentrate. But they exploded in popularity this spring. Mary Altaffer AP

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