I suppose the people who wrote that stuff on the wall were trying to make a point, but they mainly made a mess.
(idiomatic) To take care in doing something of something; to pay attention or ensure that something is done.
Make a point to carry your calendar with you at all times.
Sometimes it took a ridiculous simile to make a point.
Plan to lead by example and make a point of using sunscreen daily.
If you are traveling alone, make a point to break every three to four hours for walking, stretching and getting the blood pumping.
5th centuries in their, discourses often make a point of not citing the creed or describing the Eucharist; they stop short and ejaculate such remarks as 'oa6cv of irco-roi, norunt fideles (" the faithful know it ").
I'll make a point of actually saying congrats on Monday.