A bulletin board is an electronic message center that usually serves a specific interest group. One reaches a bulletin board through the Internet, and then reads or posts messages to relate to others who frequent the specific board.
Hi Jak, I read your post on the bulletin board!
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an electronic bulletin board is a place where messages are stored and anyone may browse the messages. These are often called NEWS GROUPS.
bulletin board is like a forum
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1. (Noun) Virtual mouthpiece for angry, hysterical people with no sense of grammar, spelling or moderation.

2. (Adjective)Incoherent, mis-spelled invective, generally unrelieved by actual knowledge of the subject being discussed.
1. I'm writin to this muthafuckin bulletin board cauz im angry about mr john so called kery and his muthafuckin pinko fagot democrat bastards who are thretening decent white civilizasion

2. Why do I have to read this sort of wearisome bulletin-board rubbish all the time?
by Unsavoury foreigner February 16, 2005
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Someone who continually posts excessive, stupid-ass bulletin board messages on MySpace.
That bulletin board whore took up three of my five bulletins spaces so I bitch smacked her.
by Spider289 April 18, 2005
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A few simple "no brainer" rules that, if we'd all follow them, would make posting/reading paper ads/notices a much more pleasant and peaceable experience for everyone involved.
The "perfect five" rules of community bulletin-board etiquette:
(1) Each poster should be limited to one message per board, unless he is posting two or more "unrelated" ads/notices.
(2) Notices should be a maximum size of an 8-1/2X11 sheet of paper --- don't selfishly hog a whole gigantic portion of board-space with those 0%!$&@# huge-a** blaze-orange/fuchsia/chartreuse banner-sheets from da Dollar Tree's art-paper bin!
(3) Only attach notices to a blank portion of the board --- don't imperiously plaster your poster over everyone else's, regardless of whether you think your message is so much more all-fired important! If there’s insufficient room, make at least a half-a** effort to solve the problem rationally/fairly --- shift other people's sheets around on the board to form a "tighter" grouping, seek out and remove any "obsolete" (event-dates that have already passed) messages, etc.
(4) Don’t use the last “empty” thumbtack/pushpin on the board, or snitch one from someone else’s page! If the supply of available fasteners is running low, add a few tacks/pins of your own! Plus if you see someone else’s poster dangling/flapping by just one corner, pin it back up again.
(5) Choose a spot on the board that’s appropriate to your ad’s subject/urgency. If it’s about a lost/found valuable, super-important event, or desperately-needed item, place the ad near the center of the board. But if it’s merely a “for sale” ad or general notice, place it near the board's top/bottom/sides.
by QuacksO July 24, 2018
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