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Glenn Talks the Chalk, Trivia, and Secret Location of ‘Socialist Utopia’

Been missing the chalkboards on “Glenn?”

Never fear! Chalkboards are coming back – and in a big way. In this video sneak peek into the future of Glenn’s program, Glenn hashes out the plans for an all new chalkboard series in which each chosen topic will be explored in-depth over the course of an entire week.

“We’re gonna be doing the chalkboard unlike you’ve ever seen us do the chalkboard before,” explained Glenn, adding, “There’s going to be interaction on this chalkboard. It’s going to live differently than any of our other chalkboards.”

Chalkboards … living differently?

We’re not quite sure what that means either, but according to Producer Stu Burguiere, the first topic up for debate will be ‘socialism.’ Going back to the days of Blaze trivia, “we would ask ‘what is socialism’ every day,” explained Stu before sharing some of the most clueless answers. (Out favorite: “it’s an app.” Priceless.)

Toward the end of the clip, Chief Researcher Jason Buttrill reveals a truly surprising bit of local lore regarding the location of “one of the first socialist utopian communes” ever built. “There is a giant structure named after that (undisclosed) socialist community here in Dallas,” hinted Jason.

Anyone care to hazard a guess as to structure in question?

This article provided courtesy of TheBlaze.
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