They don’t make a good implosion like they used to. Less than two weeks after the Georgia Dome didn’t completely implode, the Silverdome didn’t implode at all in the aftermath of an Sunday morning effort to trigger a collapse with a series of explosives. Officials shrugged at the failure of the structure to fall, saying [more]
Comic timing is everything again, as this commuter coach spoils arrives at just the wrong time for the TV camera people recording the planned implosion of the Georgia Dome in downtown Atlanta. Just seconds either way and the shot would...Show More Summary
On Monday, the Weather Channel was live-streaming the planned implosion of the Georgia Dome for a full 40 minutes before a bus pulled up in front of their camera, completely blocking their shot at the exact wrong moment. Oops!
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The Weather Channel planned to cover the implosion of the Georgia Dome. But their planning only went so far.
The Weather Channel set up in a perfect location to live stream the Georgia Dome, former home of the Atlanta Falcons, being imploded after 25 years of service. The cameraman thought that he had an ideal view of the implosion, but an Atlanta MARTA bus ruined their day by pulling up in front of the...
"I am CRYING." That was just one online reaction to an ill-fated photo shoot that was meant to capture a planned stadium implosion. Photographers gathered near the Georgia Dome in downtown Atlanta on Monday, waiting to snap a shot of the controlled destruction of the 71,000-seat structure, and among...
Now THAT'S timing.
The Falcons’ social media team had some jokes on Monday night. (AP) At some point Monday, you probably saw someone share the MARTA bus meme. For those unaware, the Weather Channel was live streaming the Georgia Dome implosion and a bus stepped in front of the shot at the exact right moment. Show More Summary
I Half a block, half a block, Half a block farther, Right past the Georgia Dome, Drove the bus driver. “Forward, you MARTA Bus!” Heedless of any fuss, Into the camera frame, Drove the bus driver. II “Forward, you MARTA Bus!” Was there a man who cussed? Yes, for the crew knew their Broadcast was live-a. Show More Summary
Marred by MARTA.
An arguably notable part of the Atlanta skyline no longer exists, as the Georgia Dome was demolished by 4,800 of pounds of explosives earlier today, leaving a pile of rubble and dust in seconds — and it was all caught on video. This series of videos from... The post Video: Demolition of the Georgia Dome appeared first on The Gate.
Oh no! In case you weren't aware, the Georgia Dome was demolished this morning. And even if you did know, if you were watching on The Weather Channel you may have missed it anyway! A poor cameraman set up a direct shot of the building only to have a city bus pull up and block the shot [...]
The Weather Channel's Georgia Dome implosion live shot on Monday went horribly wrong when a bus made a cameo.
"No, bus, get out of the way! Bus! ! Get out of the way, bus! Are you — you — ugh! What the ! ! Damn lady! ! !"
This is like somebody sitting in front of you in the movie theater while wearing a hat. But a hat shaped like a bus.
I am CRYING. The Weather Channel set up for a live shot of the Georgia Dome being imploded, and at the perfectly wrong time … this happened (via @ajc): pic.twitter.com/LA0cXpC7oX — Brett Taylor (@Brett_A_Taylor) November 20, 2017 Amazing. This will go down in TWC history.
What would have been a great video was ruined.
The Georgia Dome in Atlanta, which was demolished today, is no more — but if you tried to watch this morning’s implosion via the Weather Channel’s livestream, you probably missed the big event. Mostly because at the exact moment when the Dome collapsed, a city bus pulled in front of ... More »
This would have been the one time traffic would have been welcome in Atlanta, and it wasn’t there. This morning, Atlanta said goodbye to one of its greatest treasures that you’ll find inside of I-285, which circles the city — the Georgia...Show More Summary