There was lots of hoopla this week over the D.C. expansion of Google Express, a new shopping service that provides same-day delivery from stores like Target, Whole Foods, Staples, Barnes & Noble and Costco. (Click here to see how it works.) Washington is among the first cities to get Google Express, which is priced at $95 per year to compete directly with the flat-rate two-day shipping deal offered by Amazon Prime. Store Reporter, for one, got ridiculously excited at the thought of having somebody else drive to Costco and haul that giant tub of laundry detergent right to our doorstep. So we are very sorry to deliver this news: Google Express is not making the rounds to Rockville, Potomac or Bethesda. Yet.