Dan Abrams Sites Today

On Mediaite today: Shep Smith has had it up to here with TSA agents “touching [his] junk”!!!!! Smith was discussing the new air travel regulations that require travelers to submit to a vigorous pat-down if they decline to go through the full-body scanners. Safety concerns aside, Smith’s ultimate conclusion was “You touch my junk, and I’m going to file a lawsuit against you.” Well! Get the full post here.

Geekosystem has a neat little game from The New York Times, in which you can play Lord of the Treasury and attempt to balance the United States budget. There are quite a few options to choose from, most of which would be certain to outrage politicians and voters alike. But if deficits and anxiety-inducing numbers are your thing, this is the game for you! Get the link here.

Oh my: Styleite has a very, very angry email from a former American Apparel employee. Ryan Narita worked in an AA stockroom before quitting, and he is definitely not concerned about burning bridges. He brands several employees “incompetent,” “useless,” “a moron,” and “satan incarnate.” As for Dov Charney? He’s a “blatant self-proclaimed pervert.” Though this does not reflect well on Narita professionally, it’s great gossip! See the rest of the letter here.

Surprising no one, Sportsgrid reports that the top sports-related word for 2010 was “vuvuzela.” I mean, duh. Others that topped the Global Language Monitor’s list were “spillcam” (re: the BP oil spill), “iPad” and “Obamania.” I hope you read the rest of that list with a horrible buzzing sound in your ears! Never forget! To read the full post, click here.

Aww! Gossip Cop reminds us that before Taylor Momsen was a raccoon-human hybrid, she was an adorable 3-year-old starring in a “Shake N’ Bake” commercial. Momsen is blonde, pigtailed and cute as can be — who would’ve thought she/her hair would turn out so differently? To see the commercial, click here.