That is a really tough choice, but I chose movies. I watch a lot of movies but it just isn't as important to me as the other ones. Music is probably the most important for me though. I don't think I could function properly if I didn't have music to listen to.
Fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuck. My choice is the hidden option of suicide.
I spend the least amount of time reading books, but I wouldn't want to give them up. Music's impossible to give up. Between games and movies... I guess I'd give up movies. I'd give up movies before I gave up TV, as well.
Books. I hardly ever read as it is these days. When I was a kid, surprisingly I probably would have said video games since I was reading all the time. Not now though. Maybe it's an excuse but I don't have the time or focus for anything longer than a magazine article.
Books are an important part of our society in terms of laws, disseminating information, etc.
Music is part of movies and videogames and both would stink with its' abscence
I like Video games more than movies
in reality physical copies of Books are in trouble though..
I weep at how high books is on this poll.
"I'll just wait for the movie!"...
Me too. Especially since I'm an English teacher. /sobsforthestateoftheworld
I'd have to pick music. All of the options constitute vital components of my personality but even though I am a huge fan of music and a musician myself, I'd have to pick music.
That's a tough one. Music and Video games are staying for sure. Books and Movies would be the ones on the chopping block for me. I mean, the "right answer is to keep books...right? I don't read many books these days but I know I should. I've always enjoyed reading... probably more than I enjoy movies in some ways. Wait, I know. I'll pick books and then in this completely hypothetical and pointless universe and then I'll just listen to audio books! Loop hole!
Books are the best entertainment out there, so definitely keeping those. Games and movies without any music would suck, so have to keep music. Hard choice between games and movies, but I can still get more out of movies than most games - the games that compete with book/movie level of emotional gratification are few and far between. So I would choose to live in a world without video games.