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Mazel Tov, if people in underserved markets find online arrangement and pricing simplicity a real value-add, more power to 'em. However, I live in <insert large city here,> where the local laundromats all do free pickup as a service anyway, so I have a hard time not thinking that for urban areas 'just walk the street nearby or talk to your neighbors, people!' Or, just do your laundry like you do your dishes in places that have machines in your building - unless you're so important and valuable you have a staff to arrange these things.

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