These Articles Settle That Newsweek Is Officially Garbage

these articles settle that newsweek is officially garbage
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Newsweek is apparently looking for clicks by any means necessary — and it’s a little cringe-worthy.

The formerly great magazine is now trolling for clickbait off of Anthony Bourdain’s suicide.

A few of Newsweek’s recent headlines include:

RESTAURANT BUSINESS ‘BROUGHT TOGETHER’ ANTHONY BOURDAIN AND EX-WIFE OTTAVIA BUSIA

WHAT ANTHONY BOURDAIN’S DAUGHTER ARIANE SAID ABOUT HIS COOKING

ANTHONY BOURDAIN: CELEBRITY CHEF AND TV PERSONALITY DEAD AT AGE 61

ANTHONY BOURDAIN’S FEUDS: CELEBRITY CHEF’S BIGGEST BUST-UPS

ANTHONY BOURDAIN SHOWS: WHERE TO WATCH CHEF’S BEST EPISODES, CLIPS

ANTHONY BOURDAIN LIKED BRINGING ‘GOOD FRIEND’ CHEF ERIC RIPERT SOMEWHERE ‘EVERY YEAR’

ANTHONY BOURDAIN IN QUOTES: CELEBRITY CHEF AND PRESENTER DIES AGED 61

WHAT ANTHONY BOURDAIN SAID ABOUT HARVEY WEINSTEIN AFTER ASIA ARGENTO’S RAPE ALLEGATIONS

Apart from these over-the-top headlines, Newsweek hasn’t been doing too great this year in general.  (RELATED: Monday Massacre At Newsweek Leaves Publication With Uncertain Future)

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