Home Depot’s controversial in-store music reflects a shift in suburban ideals

Is it even possible to NOT sing along to Waterfalls by TLC ?

As I concentrate on reading labels in the Home Depot spray paint aisle, I catch myself humming along to the 90s TLC bop Waterfalls. I don’t think much of it until my next visit when I spend an extra 3 minutes…

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