The Metrodome was the answer to the following Trivial Pursuit question. “Which initially air-conditionless stadium led Princess Diana to quip, “It’s hot in here.”?
I can remember my dreams
A petition circulated in 2012 asked authorities to consider literally putting the Metrodome out to pasture. Like, move it to a rural setting and create a retirement community for domed stadiums.
Quick tip: use aromatherapy to influence your dreams as per Smell Induced Lucid Dreams (SILD). Maybe sniff a stale hot dog?
The Metrodome is the only man-made structure that can be seen from outer space. It was all Yuri Gagarin could talk about when he got back.
I am always aware that I am dreaming
During a 1986 Twins – Angels game, a powerful storm tore a hole in the roof of the stadium. The problem only caused a nine minute delay and just 12 fans were sucked out
I can manipulate my dreams
Movie idea: a meteor is headed toward earth. The metrodome roof, despite collapsing several times due to snow and ice and rain, is deemed the only chance human-kind has for “catching” the meteor and avoiding catastrophe, according to president bill pullman
The next scene will be a dream
The term, “Big in Japan” wasn’t inspired by the Metrodome, but it could have been! The japanese love the Metrodome so much that they built a fully functioning version and called it TOKYO DOME, though most call it Metrodome/East
Quick tip: set an alarm every 90 minutes to wake you during REM sleep and record your dreams. Visit the Pro Shop for an opportunity to purchase your very own Metrodome Dreamscapes Dream Journal.
The word ‘Metrodome’ is composed of two latin words: ‘Metrod’ meaning “we like”, and ‘Ome’, “it here”.
I am calm at all times during my dreams
Our fictional pastor Zorn worked with Don Beaver and Up With People
I always notice when I am in a dream world
Cass Gilbert was inspired by the bright white dome to construct a new state capitol in St. Paul
I will be dreaming very soon
Popular rock band Weezer wrote a song about the Metrodome called, “I Wanna Go Back.” It was initially panned for being too angsty in lamenting the destruction of the Metrodome, but has since become a classic.