Developers who’ve had their iPhone apps rejected thanks to Apple’s (s aapl) seemingly arbitrary approval policies have another online support group of sorts in AppleRejectedMe.com. The site, which was founded by the guy behind the rejected “You Are Rich” app, is billed as a kind of group therapy for spurned developers but reads more like a forum for wisecracking mobile geeks. (Sample post: “I made an app that caused AT&T (s t) to drop a call randomly based on a 50/50 chance. Because of duplicate functionality, Apple rejected me.”) The new site follows the recent debut of AppRejections.com, which was also launched by a rebuffed iPhone developer. And we’re sure to see more of this kind of thing unless Apple addresses its ever-widening rift with developers.