My friend Matthew Love just delivered unto us a new list/ranking worth debating over at Rolling Stone, sponsored by HBO’s new series about stand-up comedians, Crashing.

You can read Love’s take (he used to be Time Out New York‘s Comedy Editor) on each of the comedians at Rolling Stone, but here’s a bit of his explainer, followed by just the rankings for you to ponder:

“So you’d think assembling a list of the 50 greatest stand-ups of all time would be easy right? Riiiight. Ha!

In coming up with our version of a comic canon, we weighed artistic merit, technical proficiency and sense of timing, quality of their written material, their delivery and degree of influence — and often, their sense of what makes something, anything, funny. No disrespect to the foundational figures who shaped the earliest incarnations, but this list tiptoes past some of the early craftsmen and focuses on the unique voices who have helped to push stand-up forward in more recent days. These 50 stand-ups best embody what we have come to expect of our modern-day comedians: Someone who can wake us up to the weird, wonderful possibilities of the world around us, impel us to think differently about our own lives – and most of all, make us howl like blithering idiots.”

Big question before you scroll down…where do you think Bill Cosby stands now? OK. Now find out!

How many women do you think made the top 50?

I have some obvious and not-so obvious quibbling about who’s on the list, who’s missing, and where they’re ranked, and so forth (RIP Greg Giraldo, and where’s all-time great joke writer Emo Philips, for starters), but then I look back at how RS had Love compile the list, and there’s that sentence: “this list tiptoes past” and focuses on “more recent days,” so some comedians are getting more credit than perhaps a future list will grant them, respective to those who joked before them. But I’ll save my arguments for the comments section. Won’t you join me?

Rolling Stone’s “50 Best Stand-Ups of All Time” as of Feb. 14, 2017

  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
  21. Bob Newhart
  22. Jonathan Winters
  23. Don Rickles
  24. Eddie Izzard
  25. Eddie Murphy
  26. Rodney Dangerfield
  27. Redd Foxx
  28. Robert Klein
  29. Dick Gregory
  30. Woody Allen
  31. Sarah Silverman
  32. Patrice Oneal
  33. Janeane Garofalo
  34. Patton Oswalt
  35. Tig Notaro
  36. Daniel Kitson
  37. Sam Kinison
  38. Roseanne Barr
  39. Moms Mabley
  40. Garry Shandling
  41. Bernie Mac
  42. Phyllis Diller
  43. Amy Schumer
  44. Russell Peters
  45. Freddie Prinze
  46. Reggie Watts
  47. Elayne Boosler
  48. Margaret Cho
  49. Aziz Ansari
  50. Wanda Sykes