The Georgia Dome as seen on Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017, in Atlanta. 
Photo: Mike Stewart/AP
Photo: Mike Stewart/AP

The Georgia Dome had a farewell AMA on Twitter. Here’s what we learned

The Georgia Dome only has a few days left to live, but it’s not going out quietly. 

Well aware of its implosion scheduled for Monday, the former Falcons stadium took to Twitter Wednesday afternoon and opened an “Ask Me Anything” session.  

Nearly 100 comments later, here’s what we learned about the 25-year-old Dome and what’s going through its mind right now. 

On pain and suffering: 

Looking back:

On its relationships status:

Random burning questions: 

Taboo topics:


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Final thoughts:


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