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On Gmail's Feature Suggestions page, just after a
request for a more functional search with partial words
and wildcards, (a suggestion which has hundreds of
requests in various threads on the web for over 4 years
now) they give you the possibility to "suggest" another
one of their
own ideas, which is Have Gmail do the
Now since it was Gmail (i.e. Google) that suggested it,
and since they can invest nice money in startups, I
hearby propose a half-laundered idea: Gmail Laundry.
It works as follows: A Gmail Laundry "file" can accept up
to one set of clothes, which when submitted, is taken
via a fast elevated small package network [see link] to
available laundering hub, which can even be a home
where someone has linked up to the network, in a
trusted way - say by paying an insurance fee and proving
identity and location, (hey its a hardware network
we're talking about, not easy to fake your identity, and
disappearing with your neighbor's underwear). Within
the shortest time possible, the clean and folded clothes
are on their way back to your inbox.
When you want to get rid of old clothes, you put them
in the GMail Laundry Recycle Bin for charity or for the
Gmail Suggestions Page
A place for users to suggest what Gmail thinks they should suggest. [pashute, Feb 26 2014]
A place for users to suggest things to Google and think someone is listening [pashute, Feb 26 2014]
Elevated package transportation system
The brain child of my friend Hans Yurgen Thuma [pashute, Feb 26 2014]
And a real working package (baggage) handling system
Its interesting to note that the Bedouins replace CK with GG and P with B. [pashute, Feb 26 2014]
||//Drag and Drop// What you get up to on Friday
nights at the club is your own business.
||I edited the text and added two links for elevated
package transit network systems.
||Gringos? What do gringos need with more clothes?