*sigh* I am shaking my head in disappointment as I write this, because I was such a fan of Smash Mouth back in the 90s. "All Star" was my jam, along with "Walkin on the Sun."
I digress. Smash Mouth performed in front of thousands of people at a motorcycle rally in South Dakota over the weekend.
It was the 80th annual Sturgis Motorcycle rally, and an estimated 250,000 people were in attendance.
As we all know, CDC has guidelines that should to be followed in order to stop the spread of Coronavirus. Sadly, the organizer did not adhere to these guidelines. Very few people in the crowd practiced social distancing, and only a few people wore masks.
Smash Mouth frontman Steve Harwell repeatedly told the crowd:
"We’re all here together tonight! F— that COVID s—!"
While South Dakota does not have a mask mandate or rules about large gatherings, the United States as a whole is experiencing a resurgence of the novel coronavirus. In fact, on Saturday, the US hit 5 million confirmed Covid cases.
I guess he "ain't the sharpest tool in the shed."
Shauna S has been an online content provider since 2010. Her work has been featured on AOL, Yahoo, Helium, Examiner, Bubblews, Hubpages, and more. Just like all of you, while I'd like to ignore pop culture, I just can't get enough of it.