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Fidget Spinners Are Evil And I Don’t Want To Hear Otherwise

Somebody please tell me these fidget spinners are a useless distraction and that they have zero cognitive benefit for people with attention deficit issues so that I can continue in my raging irritation at them and persist in my fantasies of chucking them out a fifth-story window onto Michigan Avenue. They’re a nefarious fad, I just know it. Back me up here.

That’s how it is, see? My gut reaction is annoyance, and so I’m employing my faculties of reason to support my gut. Information that contradicts my gut I don’t want to hear.

This take brought to you by The Righteous Mind:

“Don’t take people’s moral arguments at face value. They’re mostly post hoc constructions made up on the fly, crafted to advance one or more strategic objectives.”

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8 thoughts on “Fidget Spinners Are Evil And I Don’t Want To Hear Otherwise

  1. Landon Whitsitt says:

    Every educator I’ve polled says they’re horrible. They are a stimulation device, and detrimental to any kind of learning/focusing task.

  2. WILL HILL says:

    THEY ARE EVIL INCARNATE!! According to the New York Post, fidget spinners were invented by Catherine Hettinger, who showed her invention to Hasbro way back in 1997. Her patent expired earlier in 2017, and Hasbro and other toy companies swooped in. PEOPLE NEED TO KNOW THE TRUTH!

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