Originally, I started this discussion about something I ran into on here. Then the discussion got so long I decided to turn it into a Hub instead. Even so, I thought it might make an interesting discussion (without the "fifty-feet" of writing that I deleted after deciding it would make a better Hub )
I don't think there's anything specific about a profile, but I've read a few which simply say between the lines, "I'm a jerk."
I let the hubs speak for themselves. If they interest me, your profile page probably won't influence me that much either way.
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