I think that to do so would be to miss the point of books. They exercise your imagination, whereas movies just show you the product of someone else's.
I'm making my way through Iain M. Banks' Culture series. So far, it's a toss-up between Use of Weapons and Excession for the title of favorite.
Control in games is often illusory. Sure, you can control some things, but often the choice comes down to "advance the plot" or "dick around some more." Probably the closest you could come to true control would be a tabletop RPG / collaborative storytelling thing.
Giving it to Obama was nuts, and it's now not clear if this prize has any point any more.
That ship sailed when they gave it to Arafat.
Technically I think he said to stop wanting shit, stupid or not, because freedom from desire was the path to fulfillment. Or something along those lines, anyway.
The moon, Mars, deep space... just get them off this planet and out of our hair ASAP.
I'd love to play their franchises again, but not enough to shell out for one of their consoles with yet another nonsensical controller scheme. Just go entirely 3rd party and put those games on Steam. I'll buy 'em.
If you don't want to be mocked, don't be ridiculous.
I picked the Garthok because I notionally had a fighting chance of survival.
We'd need to sentence a lot of people to death in order to get trustworthy data. Hmm... now what does this remind me of? Didn't somebody do this already?
I switched companies and rectified being grossly underpaid, and I got gastric sleeve surgery and dropped over two hundred pounds. Now I have a new car and a healthy, active lifestyle. My life rules!
When it's warm and not heavily raining, I bike. 30 minutes. Otherwise I drive, 15 minutes.
I only ever went there to read the "Best Of" section anyway, and not even that in recent years. No great loss.
If by war you mean "destruction of property" then yes, I suppose you could say we're at war. But then you'd be using such an overly broad definition of "war" as to make the term useless.