You know a bitter feud is never going to end any time soon when Courtney Love steps into the fray! The controversial singer is putting herself in the firing line of the ongoing Brandi Glanville Vs LeAnn Rimes war, and OKMagazine.com has all the crazy details! Brandi Glanville and LeAnn Rimes have been embroiled in a Twitter war ever since the singer stole Eddie Cibrian! Courtney, 48, waded straight into the battle, tweeting support of her fellow singer and vowing to take down her enemies—are you listening Brandi? PHOTOS: LeAnn Rimes And Eddie Cibrian Celebrate Second Wedding Anniversary "I eat that s*** for breakfast. Leanns my girl, u f*** with her you f'*** with me!" Love wrote. LeAnn was obviously ecstatic to finally find somebody that's team Rimes, immediately retweeting the message to her legion of followers. Team Rimes! Courtney Love has threated to kick the ass of anyone who messes with LeAnn! And, Brandi seemed to back down (not surprisingly!!) in the face of the indomitable Courtney, offering an olive branch to her longstanding nemesis! "Co-parenting is hard I opened up a can of worms last night after reading some dishonest tweets about my kids. Lets move on today thank u," the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star tweeted. OK! NEWS: LEANN RIMES AND EDDIE CIBRIAN HELP MAKE A LITTLE GIRL'S DREAMS COME TRUE IN DISNEYLAND The latest standoff comes hot on the heels of yet another round of warfare between Glanville and Rimes. Out on the edge! LeAnn and Brandi have continually butted heads over Cibrian and Glanville's two sons The two have been embroiled in a bitter Twitter war ever since LeAnn ran off with Glanville's then-husband, Eddie Cibrian. Brandi went postal on Twitter earlier in the week after she was unable to get in contact with her two sons who were staying with their father, Eddie and his now-wife, LeAnn. PHOTOS: LEANN RIMES AND EDDIE CIBRIAN RENEW THEIR WEDDING VOWS IN MEXICO "Ive been trying to get a hold of my kids 4 over an hour no response to my calls, emails or messages. Maybe twitter will work," Brandi tweeted on Monday. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star is mom to Cibrain's two boys, Mason and Jake And, LeAnn went straight on the defensive! "Funny, she just got off the phone w/ them. Sorry, we were doing baths, homework & dinner. All good!" She wrote. "The phone rang, I picked it up. Never saw this til after. All you gotta do is call." But Brandi was NOT taking it lying down! OK! NEWS: LEANN RIMES ANNOUNCES SHE'S NOT WRITING A TELL-ALL BOOK "I tweeted the father of my boys Mon night after trying to reach them for an hour.I dont know Y ANY1 else tweeted me back with involvement," she fumed later. "The kids called me 1 minute after that tweet #therealtruth Im so sick of BS lies I tweeted EC not his wife she should mind her business. "I am NOT in a twitter war with ANYONE! No matter how hard people try to make it about them. Bone of contention: Rimes has raised Glanville's ire with her numerous 'bonus mom' tweets "Ive been doing my best to not engage, I have no war with anyone I just miss my babys [sic]." LeAnn was quick to retaliate, firing back—of course—on Twitter once again! "Name calling and twitter rants are so 2012. Music and truth is so 2013," she wrote sagely. OK! NEWS: LEANN RIMES AND EDDIE CIBRIAN HELP MAKE A LITTLE GIRL'S DREAMS COME TRUE IN DISNEYLAND "It's ok, it ok, if love is that hard, that's how we find out who we really are." But, Brandi still had plenty to say on the subject! ''FYI I am only allowed to call my kids between 7 pm & 730 each evening, so when I cant reach them I freak, I always answer anytime dad calls," she wrote. "Im done! Going to sleep.Have kids then have them taken away half the time& get f***ing back 2 me when u cant even call & say goodnight, bye." Haven't these people ever heard of phones?!! What do you think of the latest Twitter war between LeAnn and Brandi? Sound off in comments and tweet us @OKMagazine Photo credit: splash News
By now, you've heard the praise for David Lowery's outlaw tale "Ain't Them Bodies Saints." Premiering at Sundance in January to all sorts of good word and then hitting Cannes to play the Critics' Week sidebar, the movie continues it's march toward the big screen with a brand new trailer that's as beautiful as all get out. The story seems simple enough: After a crime spree leaves an officer wounded, Bob (Casey Affleck) takes the blame and heads to prison, leaving his girl Ruth (Rooney Mara) behind, and pregnant. Four years later, he breaks out and makes his way to back to her to see meet the child he's never seen, but of course, it won't be easy. And the result is a picture that we called a "searing, romantic crime drama and love story...a wholly engrossing and impressive piece of work that the movie world will be talking about all year long." We definitely hope so.Co-starring Ben Foster, Nate Parker and Keith Carradine, "Ain't Them Bodies Saints" arrives on August...
Filed under: Budget, Sedan, Chevrolet, Diesel, Quick Spins Volkswagen has gotten pretty comfortable hogging the (admittedly small) non-premium diesel car market in the US. With Golf and Jetta, the German automaker has been the one and only choice for those interested in the torquey, high-mpg merits of turbocharged diesel power. However, US customers seem to be growing more interested in the technology that has been the primary mode of propulsion in most of Europe for many years now. Mazda is quite close to bringing its Skyactiv-D diesel engines to our shores, and Chevrolet has finally maneuvered to repurpose its European 2.0-liter turbo-diesel engine for US specification, which means it's cleaner here than overseas. The first application of this rather impressive diesel engine is in the compact Chevy Cruze, which I spent a recent morning testing out. General Motors as a whole has high expectations for its new TDI-buster. Here's why: Driving Notes: Since the Cruze Diesel has the Jetta TDI squarely in its targeting computer, allow me to start off with a tale of the tape for the two engines. Chevy's diesel displaces 2.0-liters, makes 151 horsepower and 264 pound-feet of torque (with an overboost mode that allows for brief moments of 280 lb-ft), consumes an EPA-estimated 46 miles per gallon on the highway and 27 in the city, and launches the Cruze from 0-60 miles per hour in 8.6 seconds. The Jetta TDI has a similar 2.0T diesel, with 140 hp and 236 lb-ft of torque, is rated at 42 mpg highway and 30 mpg city, and will 'sprint' to 60 mph in 8.7 seconds (with DSG transmission). Chevy only offers a six-speed automatic with the Cruze Diesel, while VW will sell you a six-speed manual or a six-speed dual clutch gearbox. Turn the key on the Cruze Diesel and, if the windows are down, you'll hear a rather loud, clattering noise from the engine bay, at idle. The sound isn't worse than other small diesels we've heard, but it is surprising since the sealed-cabin quiet of the Cruze is remarkably high. With loads of attention paid to refinement at speed, the Cruze is all but silent on the highway (there's some wind noise), and the exhaust note only intrudes when approaching the 5,000-rpm redline. Power from the diesel engine feels super strong from even very low revs, as is expected, I guess. Peak torque is available at just 2,600 rpm, and a full 250 lb-ft can be had over the broad expanse between 1,750 and 3,000 rpm. Much like the Jetta, the Cruze isn't fast from a dead stop, but the acceleration from middle to high highway speeds (60 to 80 mph, let's say), is fantastic. I drove or rode for about 90 miles in total over this very short preview program, but early returns on the fuel economy are good. Cruising at around 75 mph on the highway saw the fuel econ meter settle at around 44 mpg after just 15 miles, so my guess would be that the estimated 46 mpg or better is easily within reach. (We know from experience that more than 50 mpg is was possible with our long-term Jetta TDI.) On the second leg of our trip, which started on country roads and headed back to the highway, I saw roughly 30 mpg after starting really aggressively and then settling into speed-limit driving around 40 mph. Again, with an EPA City rating of 27 mpg, I'd guess that the Cruze is set to have better real-world numbers than its window sticker would suggest. The overall ride characteristic of the Cruze matches its noiseless cabin, insofar as the car really smoothed out the road underneath me. I drove over some pretty broken down Michigan backroads in the car, and found that only the worst potholes and pavement breaks filtered through the softish suspension setup. That softness in the suspension, combined with low rolling resistance tires, meant that when I did try to corner aggressively in the Cruze I was met with a lot of vertical motion from the corners and loss of grip. The small Chevy does have a nicely balanced front-wheel-drive chassis for the most part, but handling is only satisfying up to a warmed-up point. In all, I think that the new Cruze Diesel presents an interesting counterpoint and alternative to the Jetta TDI, without being dramatically better or worse than the default diesel standard bearer. You can buy the Jetta for a cheaper starting price at $23,055 with no options, but Chevy has, for better or worse, piled on a good amount of kit to it's $24,885 basic Cruze Diesel. That sum (plus another $810 for destination) will get you remote keyless entry and start, heated front leather seating, MyLink with its Bluetooth connectivity and a touchscreen interface, 17-inch aluminum wheels and more. I think that the 2LT package ($380 for power, heated mirrors, rearview camera, etc), the $795 navigation option and the $100 option for a heated oil pan (great for cold starts) are really good values, too. What you get with the Jetta is an ever-so-slightly sportier package (thanks mostly to the better manual/DSG transmission options) and a little bit more brand prestige in the minds of most buyers. This diesel Cruze will need some time to penetrate into the land of enthusiasts and derv-geeks, I'm guessing, but it's a fine sedan in its own right, and worth at least a look from even the most ardent TDI supporter. 2014 Chevrolet Cruze Diesel originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 24 May 2013 14:58:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.Permalink | Email this | Comments
KABUL (Reuters) - A large blast was heard in the center of the Afghan capital, Kabul, on Friday with a Reuters witness hearing heavy shooting directly afterwards.
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