This week, Apple pulled another holier-than-thou maneuver by rejecting a Jesus-themed iPhone application submitted for sale at its App Store. Called "Me So Holy," the excommunicated app would have let iPhoners paste in a mug shot of themselves, friends, or whomever on a robed body of Jesus or other religious characters. Apple cited app developer agreement language that says "applications must not contain any obscene, pornographic, offensive, or defamatory content" as the reason for not accepting the program. "This was not meant as a joke on Jesus or Christianity or other religions," affirms Benjamin Kahle, the designer of Me So Holy and the Animalizer app. "It was meant to be fun."