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The 2008 Shiitake Awards

The 2008 Shiitake Awards Show was the first year of this awards show. Much like the infamous "Razzie Awards" for bad
movies and actors, this "award" was created to highlight bad laws and people who abuse sex offender issues to gain
fame and fortune. There was not an awards show video this first year,
it was announced on the ReFORM Radio show on
TalkShoe. There were seven categories that year. Unlike subsequent years, in this first year, nominations were not
limited to events of 2008. The "Winners" are listed below.
WORST POLITICO 2008: LOUISIANA GOV. PIYUSH "BOBBY" JINDAL)

WORST POLITICO 2008 RESULTS

  1. Piyush "Bobby" Jindal, LA Gov. (29 votes/ 74%): Monster, Castration
  2. AH-nold "The Gropinator" Schwarzenegger (5 votes/ 12%): Signed Prop 83
  3. John McCain, AZ senator (3 votes/ 7%): KIDS Act of 2008
  4. Doug Valeska, Houston Co. TX DA (2 votes/ 5%): Nifong wannabe

Ever heard about Nero "fiddling" while Rome burned? While Louisiana was facing its biggest budget crisis in history,
Jindal instead decided to play the sex offender card, pushing for more laws like hurricane shelter bans and giving
speeches about how all these "monsters" should be in one location: Angola prison. Bobby should be there instead.
WORST NEWS-MUTT 2008: Kevin Fischer of FranklinNOW (53% of the vote)

WORST NEWS MUTT 2008 RESULTS

  1. Kevin Fischer, FranklinNOW (22 votes/ 53%): See above
  2. Brandon Melnyk, Grand Valley Lanthorn (9 votes/ 21%): Defended vigilante actions of Angry Tammy
  3. Lis Weihl, Fox News (6 votes/ 14%): Just your typical dumb bimbo Faux News legal analyst
  4. Lisa Fritsch, 590 KLBJ, Austin, Texas (4 votes/ 9%): Hypocritical Christian supporting vigilante violence

THIS is how Kevin Fischer treats those who oppose his idiocy in his commentaries: The organized out of state sex
offender sympathizers strike, the same tired, old arguments.
"Wouldnt you rather know WHERE that offender is living
than having them homeless, hopeless, and unable to locate?"I'd rather have them nowhere near children.Magister,
whoever you are, the people of Wisconsin don't agree with you. In three dozen communities, communities have taken
the common sense step of either adopting or seriously considering measures to protect their families and
neighborhoods. That is their duty and their right.I make no apologies for my stance and refuse to waver: pro-child, pro-
family, anti-sex offender/predator
." If he was pro-family, he wouldn't support efforts to destroy families of Former
Offenders by forcing them out of his neighborhood. "
The people of Greenfield can take measures into their own hands
right now and I urge them to do so."So he now supports vigilantism. Its obvious he has a hidden agenda"Ahh, we've got
the network of sex pervert apologists jumping now! Magister, there are many days I wish I was just a broadcaster. But I
guess I'm just one of those dummies who doesn't understand that sex offenders never re-offend, that once they're out,
they'e just like everybody else and should be allowed to live and go where ever they want, and under no circumstances
should a city, town, or village ever consider passing laws in the interest of public safety."At least he admits to being a
dummy LOL. "Fallenone (nice moniker) your comment is not being posted because it linked to a website loaded with
profanities. I won't have that on my blog. By the way, folks, none of these "Take a sex offender out to lunch and pin a
medal on him" yahoo's are from this sate and don't have a stake in our communities."

I linked to my Residency Restrictions fact sheet. He considers the TRUTH about sex offender restrictions "profane." The
sad part is not only was this fat bald asshat a reporter, he is also an advisor to a state representative. Speaking of
politicians:
EVERYDAY ZEROES 2008: "ANGRY" TAMMY LEE GIBSON

EVERYDAY ZEROES 2008 RESULTS

  1. "Angry" Tammy Gibson, Puyallup, WA (20 votes/ 64%): Trailer trash with a lengthy criminal record of drugs and
    assaults, who beat a registrant with a baseball bat without provocation.
  2. Adrian "Slingblade" Porter, New York (7 votes/ 22%): Moron who tried going after a registrant with a machete
    and ended up getting the beatdown from his victim's family.
  3. Tie (2 votes/ 6/5 each/)--
  • Travis Metcalf, Colorado: Harassed a registrant and, in spite of a disorderly conduct charge, continued
    his camaign of harassment; Internet terrorist group Absolute Zero United defended him
  • Noel Watterson, Australia: Watterson, the Aussie who formed a lynch mob to chase a Former Offender
    out of town, was forced to pay $2250.00 in crime compensation, and a suspended sentence.

Puyallup, WA trailer-trash baseball bat-wielding thug with a decade-long history of assault and drug arrests, got only 90
days for unprovoked attack on a former offender. Of course, the public was willing to pay this woman's bond, and there
was even a "free Tammy" movement to raise money for her drugs. It is amazing how targeting a sex offender will make
people forgive a violent crack whore whose nickname is "angry." I'm sure as part of her punishment, she shared an
anger management class with...
DUMBEST QUOTE OF 2008: THE JOHN WALSH "ANUS CHIP" QUOTE

DUMBEST QUOTE OF 2008 RESULTS

  1. John Walsh, Host of America's Most Wanted (10 votes/28%): "Now, I don't want to sound like a vigilante.
    That's something that I don't believe in..." "I said I was kidding when I was talking to the Senate and I said they
    were talking about electronic monitoring, which is big and unwieldy for the sex offenders, and that some of these
    guys, no matter what the law in their state was, would have to wear one for 20 years or whatever. I said implant it
    in their anus and if they go outside the radius, explode it and that would send a big message. It was a joke.
    Nobody thought it was funny." "I'm all for criminals doing their time, all for rehabilitation, all for a second chance."
    followed almost immediately by "I say put the pedophiles down in the yard. Put them in there. Let them do the time
    with the rest of the guys. Let them see what it's like to be terrorized by a 250-pound guy."
  2. Bobby Jindal, Governor of Louisiana (9 votes/ 25%): "I know some folks think it is great that you can go online
    today and see where these monsters live, block by block – but I look forward to the day when you can go online
    and see that they all live in one place – in Angola – far away from our kids."
  3. Danny Martiny, LA State Rep. (8 votes/ 22%): "Is there anything left we can do to sex offenders with a few days
    left in the session?"
  4. Jerry Keen, GA state Rep. (6 votes/ 17%): "We want people running away from Georgia. Given the toughest
    laws here, we think a lot of people could move to another state. If it becomes too onerous and too inconvenient,
    they just may want to live somewhere else. And I don't care where, as long as it's not in Georgia."
  5. Steve Davis, GA state Rep. (2 votes/ 5%): "I whole heartedly support mandatory sentencing as well lifetime
    monitoring with strong resrictions and regulations. And as for as I am concerned these people should be thankful
    we allow them out of prison at all. You can play this card that politicians only do this because they are trying to be
    tough on crime line but again this discounts the fact they are working to make our communities safer. And I
    personally don’t believe their is any such thing as a “first time offender”, I believe its just the first time the have
    been caught. And once they have been caught, then we should refer to them as Registered sex offenders! Have
    a great day."
  6. Tie with no votes
  • Vaughn Johnson, Queenland Australia: "I hope they bring these grubs to justice," Mr Johnson said. "We
    find out how much guts they've got ... as one of them committed suicide yesterday and another one had a
    big go, but he must not have had the courage to do it properly."If they all went and did it first up, we
    wouldn't have this problem. They must be guilty if they commit suicide ...maybe I am too harsh but I've got
    no time for that."
  • Joe Deters, Hamilton Co. OH Prosecutor: In speaking of forcing a registrant out of emergency shelter, "I
    feel bad for him," he said of Winslow. "I know it's cold outside, but we have to enforce the law. There is no
    constitutional right to warmth."

What more can I say about this clown? He's a deluded egomaniac, admitted sex addict, and hypocrite. And during an
interview that landed in the Washington Post durring a summer TV show tour, Walsh, who was lobbying for the Adam
Walsh Act, made the following statement, which appalled those in attendance: "
I said I was kidding when I was talking to
the Senate and I said they were talking about electronic monitoring, which is big and unwieldy for the sex offenders, and
that some of these guys, no matter what the law in their state was, would have to wear one for 20 years or whatever. I
said implant it in their anus and if they go outside the radius, explode it and that would send a big message. It was a
joke. Nobody thought it was funny
." What a total douche. The sad part is he inspires vigilantes like....
HARDEST FALL OF 2008: MARK "THE PAGEMASTER" FOLEY

HARDEST FALL 2008 RESULTS

  1. Mark Foley (26 votes/ 74%): Florida congressman who likes young male Congressional Pages
  2. Larry Craig (4 votes/ 11%): Anti-gay Idaho senator caught soliciting gay sex in a bathroom
  3. Eliot Spitzer (3 votes/ 8%):  NY governor who made prostitution a sex crime while paying for sex himself
  4. Mark Dann (2 votes/ 5%): Ohio anti-RSO A(ss)G(raber) busted in sexual harassment scandal

Mark Foley is the penultimate hardest fall, and for the inaugural winner, he set the bar really high. Or in limbo, really low.
So how low can you go? Well, start by making a name for yourself as a "champion" for tough sex offender laws and
children's issues, coupled with being the right-hand man for John Walsh and on the NCMEC board. Follow it up with
homosexual advances and desires to bugger young teen Congressional Pages, resign in disgrace after your sexting
chats are leaked to major media, resign in disgrace, have the NCMEC release a press release stating your resignation
was a "great loss to the community," use your pull to get off, and still deny you have a problem. Top it off with blaming
your problem on alcohol and claiming some priest molested you. Did I mention he was buddies with John Walsh? That
reminds me....
DUMBEST LAW OF 2008: THE ADAM WALSH ACT

DUMBEST LAW 2008 Results

  1. Adam Walsh Act of 2006 (17 votes/ 47%): Dishonorable mention to Ohio's SB 10
  2. Halloween Bans (9 votes/ 25%): Various states
  3. The KIDS Act of 2008 (4 votes/ 11%): Internet ban
  4. Tie--Louisiana's Hurricane Shelter Bans &  Maine's Visual sexual aggression law (2 votes/5% each)
  5. Tie--Georgia's 42-1-15, which barred RSOs from a hospice if too close to a church, and Congressional law to
    bar sex offenders from obtaining pell grants (1 vote/ 2% each)
  6. Nominees with no votes-- HR 3488 Camera Phone Law; Indiana law forcing people who sell sexually
    explicit items to REGISTER and pay a fee, California's Proposition 83; AL new community notification
    act making homelessness a felony

The Adam Walsh Act was passed in 2006, but only one state in 2008 made great strides to pass this stupid law-- Ohio.
Ohio's "SB 10" reclassified thousands of registrants, adding thousands more to the "Tier 3" level, which led to
THOUSANDS of lawsuits. In 2010, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled it cannot be applied retroactively. As of 2011, only 14
states passed this law, and even states like California, Arizona, and Texas rejected it. Did I mention that Mark Foley
helped John Walsh champion this piece of crap through Congress? Speaking of Foley....
WORST STATE 2008 (ICBS National Chumpionship): FLORIDA

ICBS NATIONAL CHUMPIONSHIP (Worst State) Results

  1. Florida (15 votes/ 40%): Julia Tuttle Causeway, residency laws
  2. Louisiana (10 votes/ 27%): Bobby Jindal, Hurricane Shelter ban, castration
  3. Texas (7 votes/ 18%): Cannot attend church or even drive by one
  4. Ohio (5 votes/ 13%): First state to pass Adam Walsh Act

With 40% of the vote, Florida became the inaugural "worst state" of 2008, beginning a dynasty for worst state, winning
almost every year since. The 2008 vote was primarily because of the insane laws of South Florida which forced many
former offenders to live under the JTC bridge in Miami, FL. It doesn't help when the state politicians act like the way the
state is shaped (like a bunch of pricks).