Coyote on Reason.TV: Private Management of Public Parks

Check out this most recent Reason.TV video, if for no other reason that it features you humble correspondent in much of the video.    It is unbelievable that they pulled something this coherent out of my nervous babbling.

There are few things that I find more painful than watching myself on TV, but this came out well and I enjoyed the experience. Paul Feine is the sort of hip, pony-tailed SoCal libertarian all us old boring dudes want to be like.

  • Bryan

    A really great video clip.

  • earlw

    Nice video. Needs slight edit: features 'you' humble s/b your...

  • smcg

    Great clip - and you only babbled a bit! :-)

    Probably too much logic for the lawmakers and their servants.

  • me

    Amen. Also, IMHO, you come off rather convincing :)

    Looking at the vistas featured in the video - I bet you might have a few great suggestions about which parks to visit at what time of the year?

  • http://noahware.blogspot.com/ Noah Bawdy

    That was very well done and your babbling seemed rather coherent :-)

  • TimB

    You looked like you did fine to me; certainly much better than I could do. I actually saw this over on Reason before seeing your post. It's great to see your business model getting more attention.

    On another note, keep an eye on the Governor race in Colorado. If Tom Tancredo upsets Hickenlooper, you should contact his office. One of his campaign pledges is to outsource government tasks to private business wherever feasible.

  • richard

    Looks just fine to me?

    Small tip: Try speaking a bit slower and smile a bit more. People like happy people.

  • http://azdistrict1.blogspot.com Jon

    That was great. Too bad you can't just buy the place straight out and be an entirely private business!

  • http://www.jamesrament.com/ Jim Ament

    I thought the video was terrific in that it leads to the logical question: Why not expand this idea more broadly, not to just more parks, but places like the Post Office?

  • http://www.jamesrament.com/ Jim Ament

    I thought the video was terrific in that it leads to the logical question: Why not expand this idea more broadly, not to just more parks, but places like the Post Office?