CNN's Brenna Ehrlich and Andrea Bartz point out that a Facebook profile is what you want the world to think of you by giving you a handful of entry fields to sum up your, uh, awesomeness.
But if your profile speaks of yourself, your Wall -- a place where you can write a message meant for one person but for the world to see -- speaks of the quality of your friends. Or lack there-of, as most of these messages are beyond stupidity.
So, please, ask Brenna and Andrea: don't be a dick on other people's Walls. Here is how.
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