By Jeanne Moos
(CNN) - It's not every day that God appears on someone's forehead in a mug shot, but that's what happened when an Ohio woman was arrested the other day.
It's a mug shot with a message. With "God" written on her forehead, Jamie Calloway joins the ranks of men in mug shots with tattoos proclaiming them "Genius" or "Reject."
"That's what I like about it. It looks like an actual stamp. He didn't just go with the word reject," said Andrew Goldberg, managing editor of The Smoking Gun.
Made himself look like a rejected mortgage application, says The Smoking Gun. Editors there are mug shot connoisseurs. They even appreciate the f-word.
"It's simple, says what it needs to say and guarantees you probably limited employment if you ever get out of jail," said Goldberg.
They've compiled tattoos ranging from a toe tag to a gun in the waistband. Jesse Thornhill's mug shot even showed off implanted horns, along with piercings and tattoos.
"I'm a bit of an oddball I'll give you that," said Thornhill.
But The Smoking Gun guys are looking for more in a mug shot.
"I want a message I want somebody to be saying something," said Goldberg.
For instance, a father and son duo.
"Father went with 'Git-r -done,' son went with 'Psycho,' said Goldberg.
But the son can blink a not-so-subtle code.
Too bad his eyes are open in the mug shot, because if they were closed you could see that he has the words "f--- you" tattooed on his eyelids.
An Oregon man was begging for a licking when he turned himself in to serve 60 days for assault.
"'Lick me' is actually not a tattoo. It was written on his forehead with marker but not exactly what you want to go into jail written on your forehead either way," said Goldberg.
Robert Norton Kennedy was booked for assault sporting the bible verse, "With God all things are possible. God loves you. Please forgive me if I say or do anything stupid."
Two months later he was arrested again and had added a few more bible verse citations.
Which brings us back to God. Ohio officials say Jamie Calloway had taken a liking to someone she encountered while previously serving time.
"It was a female corrections officer she was stalking," said Goldberg.
For more than a decade, in YouTube postings she called herself the Godologist of Godology.
One poster noted that when she looked in the mirror God would read dog. Well genius, not quite.