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However, the vote goes to Sonic who can be followed into the final by the history-seeking Ballymac Matt and either of the kennelmates Farloe Rumble or Escapism.
Without its roots in reality, I don't think escapism can survive.
Ask thoughtful Israelis why they love the show so much, and they're likely to cite the aforementioned scandals and say that, in a political reality so harsh and arid, a bit of lush escapism never hurts.
Yes, doops is that good but even better he's not stuck in some nostalgia timewarp, instead bringing a writing talent for the ages to the daily operations of his generation, from weekend baby-daddys to Playstation escapism to the complicated "give a hoody a hug" racial politics of London 2008.
So the next time you feel like you need a moment of escapism, just log on and feel grateful you're not being chased by the paparazzi.
And be it out-of-this-world nature or luxurious escapism, the mirage still delivers in spades.
This light read will please anyone looking for a little escapism. While hardly unique, Summer in the City is a fun look at what can happen when a person opens herself to new possibilities.
Jack MacKenzie, senior VP of Frank Magid Associates, says period pieces often serve as escapism for people who want to recapture an earlier time in their lives.
NOW THAT I'VE RETIRED FROM BALLET, I OFTEN LOOK BACK AT MY CAREER AND WONDER IF DANCE OR ANY OTHER PERFORMING ART BECOMES ESCAPISM FROM THE REALITY OF ONE'S LIFE.
Miracle is harmless escapism for sports fans, the story of the remarkable victory of the U.S.
Its report, Youth in Central Asia: Losing the New Generation, ICG says the struggling economies and crisis-riddled education systems that have suffered since post-Soviet independence have left young people with few job prospects and little hope, a state of affairs that has left an opening for escapism through drug use, crime or membership in radical Islamist or Christian groups.