Hey, it's Gundy!  A little about me:  I can sometimes be seen at a local open mic comedy night, or even goofing off down at Comedy Works in Denver.  (The same is true for our own Mollie.)  Comedy has gotten me through the hardest parts of my life - times when I was lonely, stressed, and especially after something tragic like losing someone I loved.  That, my friend, is exactly why my show on the X gets weird and ridiculously goofy every time.  So I hope you can appreciate when I air stand-up comedy, parody commercials, skits, or even just say something quirky about an otherwise serious situation.  While it's true that what's funny to one isn't always to another, I try to pick and/or create material that will at least take your mind off your problems for a minute or so.

So, when I'm on the air, feel free to call in or Facebook or tweet & play along with what you hear!  Or just call in for the heck of it.

Here we go, folks.  "Rolling Stone" put together a list of 'The 50 Best Stand-Up Comics of All Time.'  They say they considered, quote, "artistic merit, technical proficiency, sense of timing, quality of their written material, their delivery, and degree of influence."

And they mostly focused on modern day comics, which basically means they weren't interested in actually researching comedians outside the past 40 or 50 years, but they still wanted to call it a list of the best of "ALL TIME".

I can't help but notice Andrew Dice Clay isn't on the list, and I think he should be toward the top.

Anyway, here's the Top 20:

1.  Richard Pryor

2.  George Carlin

3.  Lenny Bruce

4.  Louis C.K.

5.  Chris Rock

6.  Joan Rivers

7.  Jerry Seinfeld

8.  Bill Cosby

9.  Dave Chappelle

10.  Mort Sahl

11.  Steve Martin

12.  Robin Williams

13.  Bill Hicks

14.  Andy Kaufman

15.  Steven Wright

16.  Billy Connolly

17.  Bill Burr

18.  Kevin Hart

19.  Albert Brooks

20.  Mitch Hedberg