Krystal Bonner

Krystal Bonner is a Slate intern.

Five-ring Circus
Aug. 13 2012 1:30 PMThe London Olympics Sap-o-MeterWas this the sappiest Olympics ever? Did mom out-sap dream? The final results of our scientific study of NBC schmaltz.
Five-Ring Circus
Aug. 10 2012 3:30 PMUsain Bolt Took a Bunch of Photos with a Swedish Guy's Camera. Who Owns the Rights to the Sprinter's Snapshots?
Five-ring Circus
Aug. 9 2012 2:56 PMThe London Olympics Sap-o-MeterJourneys on the track and dads on the beach on an overwhelmingly sweet night for NBC.
Five-ring Circus
Aug. 3 2012 4:08 PMThe London Olympics Sap-o-MeterA champion rower with a heavy heart and Gabby Douglas’ big win send the sap soaring.
Five-ring Circus
July 30 2012 5:29 PMThe London Olympics Sap-o-MeterThe return of Slate’s scientific guide to the schmaltziness of NBC’s Olympics coverage.
Five-Ring Circus
July 25 2012 6:23 PMDept. of Vexillology: North Korean Players Refuse To Take Field After South Korean Flag Shown on Scoreboard by Mistake
Cocktail Chatter
July 14 2012 5:33 AMLessons From the Freeh Report, Amazon’s Same-Day Delivery, and Debating Sitting Versus StandingThe week’s most interesting Slate stories.
Weigel
June 22 2012 5:04 PMJon Huntsman Update: He Lands a Job at a Liberal Think Tank
Cocktail Chatter
June 16 2012 8:01 AMThe Syrian Revolution, the Jerry Sandusky Trial, and Gay MormonsThe week’s most interesting Slate stories.
Cocktail Chatter
June 9 2012 6:01 AMStolen Passwords, The Perils of Urban Animal Farming, and Bill Clinton’s MisstepsThe week’s most interesting Slate stories.
Weigel
June 7 2012 6:02 PMTypos happen to Obama too.
Cocktail Chatter
June 2 2012 12:01 AMWaiting in Line, Where Ketchup Comes From, and Our Search for the Perfect Office ChairThe week’s most interesting Slate stories.
Cocktail Chatter
May 26 2012 6:15 AMWes Anderson Bingo, the Two-Week Wait, and Colin Powell’s CowardiceThe week’s most interesting Slate stories.
Cocktail Chatter
Aug. 11 2012 4:00 AMHow Portland Got Its Groove Back, Why Petraeus Won’t Be Romney’s VP, and How Not to Get HackedThe week’s most interesting Slate stories.
Five-Ring Circus
Aug. 9 2012 7:45 PMAmerican Sprinter Manteo Mitchell Broke His Leg and Kept on Running. How Is That Possible?
Five-ring Circus
Aug. 6 2012 1:50 PMThe London Olympics Sap-o-MeterNBC dabs its eyes as it says goodbye to Michael Phelps. Plus: Kerri Strug makes a dramatic, sappy return.
Five-ring Circus
July 31 2012 2:51 PMThe London Olympics Sap-o-MeterNBC sheds tears and beams with pride at the pool. Plus: Tim Daggett unleashes the sappiest line yet in the Olympics.
Cocktail Chatter
July 28 2012 6:44 AMFake Meat, Early Voting, and Accidentally Marrying a Rock StarThe week’s most interesting Slate stories.
Five-Ring Circus
July 25 2012 3:07 PMWill the Allure of Business Class Upgrades Motivate Japan’s Women’s Soccer Team To Win Gold?
Cocktail Chatter
July 7 2012 6:15 AMPaul Clement’s Bad Week, the Meaning of Higgs Boson, and Why America Is No. 1The week’s most interesting Slate stories.
Tv Club
June 18 2012 11:29 AMA Nasty Guide to the Many Bathroom Scenes in Lena Dunham's Girls
Brow Beat
June 14 2012 4:43 PMThe Most Appalling, Most Fascinating Character on Girls
Weigel
June 8 2012 4:59 PMFlorida Governor Rick Scott now less popular than very unopular LeBron James.
Weigel
June 6 2012 5:53 PMCBO: “Taxmageddon” not as bad as “much bleaker” alternative.
Weigel
May 31 2012 1:18 PMThe End of Roementum

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