Government services are funded by taxes and thus tend to have an advantage (if not outright monopoly) to free market solutions, even if there would be more optimal solutions available. So I've been thinking about lots of alternative solutions to things typically ran by government that humans could come up with in the absence of government and I want to challenge you to do the same in this thread.
This thread isn't about debating whether libertarianism is optimal for society but for discussing alternatives that the free market could provide. If you want to debate about libertarianism with me, I'll be happy to let you present your case for state's superiority in another thread.
Feel free to modify or build upon the ideas that are represented, but to shoot them down bluntly is just not constructive, fun nor creative.
PS: I closed the first thread because several users didn't understand the bolded part of the OP.