Yesterday’s NESN broadcast of the Red Sox-Twins game featured a mid-game interlude of the announcers discussing their memories of the dear, departed Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome. It also featured video of the Metrodome being imploded—something that never happened.
Are you a memorabilia collector who would like to own a little piece of Vikings football history? Are you also a disgusting person? Then you should head on over to this here auction website and place a bid on one of the many Metrodome bathroom troughs that are currently up for sale.
Portions of the Metrodome were safely demolished in controlled explosions this morning in Minneapolis. Let's watch!
The home of the Minnesota Vikings has been deflated for the final time. This is time lapse video of the roughly 35-minute process. Once home to the Twins, Vikings and Timberwolves, the Metrodome slowly lost all its major tenants but the Vikings. Now that the Vikings have a new billion-dollar facility planned, the…
You can buy a bag made from a piece of the Metrodome roof: Coming soon: prophylactics made from the Baggie in right? [GearJunkie]
On Friday, KARE's Scott Seroka did a piece on fans wanting pieces of the Metrodome after the Vikings play their final season there in 2013. Someone may have sabotaged him with this caption. h/t to Jesse via Kellen
As a Vikings fan, I have been long conditioned to treat any rumor of an impending stadium deal with a great amount of skepticism. This team has been announcing new stadium "plans" every year since around 1997. Every announced plan was less a formal declaration than a cheap Jedi mind trick. "Hey, if we SAY we're…
Your morning roundup for Feb. 11, the day the White House has to play whatever cards they have left…
"Engineers at the Metrodome in Minneapolis used a shotgun Monday afternoon to rupture a roof panel that was under stress from accumulated ice." [Pioneer Press]
FOX's video of the Metrodome bubble collapsing is some of the most visually arresting footage we've seen in a long time. How did they get it? A tip that the roof was going to cave in, of course.
The Metrodome will not let the Twins escape easily, even if it has to trap former Rookies of the Year inside its porcelain bowels for all eternity.
Since the Twins have a fancy new field, it was time to get rid of all the leftover stuff at the Metrodome. A phrase comes to mind: "And nothing of value was lost."
This is a weekly feature in which I (and maybe you, too, readers) detail the various reasons for hating your ballpark. This week: The Minnesota Twins' Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome.
People have always hated The Minneapolis Metrodome, and now they have a new reason: It's a Nazi building. So says somebody/something called "Tim's TV," which claims at his/its site, "The Swastika Dome," that the Metrodome has a swastika designed in its roof. Just because we've just discovered this doesn't necessarily…