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  1. Amy
    Amy at |

    What about George Orwell?

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  2. Conor
    Conor at |

    You forgot trey Parker and Matt stone

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  3. gumper
    gumper at |

    you’re all forgetting the true master… Shakespeare. This style was abundant in so many of his pieces and one of the best examples i can think of is mark antony’s “but Brutus was an honorable man” speech. Shakespeare wins nqa

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  4. ryyguy
    ryyguy at |

    Maddox from The Best Page in The Universe is #1. Hes a pirate and he has big balls.

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  5. Jordan Zeidman
    Jordan Zeidman at |

    Kurt Vonnegut. All the way…
    i thought he’d make the list, he’s my favorite author

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  6. Gideon
    Gideon at |

    WHERE IS VOLTAIRE!!!! HE IS THE KING OF SATIRISTS……..

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  7. Peter Boucher
    Peter Boucher at |

    I have a few that might interest you. Mae West, W.C. Fields, The original movie M*A*S*H*, Lewis Black, Jon Stewart, Steve Colbert, just to name a few.

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  8. Aditya
    Aditya at |

    where is joseph heller???

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  9. Eyeless Dog Pawless Dog Loveless Dog
    Eyeless Dog Pawless Dog Loveless Dog at |

    Peter Cook

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  10. Rose
    Rose at |

    A more recent author that should be included is Terry Pratchett

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  11. Hoosier
    Hoosier at |

    A few exemptions I like : Will Rogers, James Thurber, Kurt Vonnegut.

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  12. Trixie
    Trixie at |

    I nominate Oscar Wilde. Fun list though.

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    1. Peter Boucher
      Peter Boucher at |

      Oscar Wilde was another one. Another excellent observation !!!

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  13. thelamest(dot)com
    thelamest(dot)com at |

    Great list…I learnt heaps from reading it .

    Charlie Chaplin would be a good inclusion also. His send up of Hitler is probably one of the best known examples of satire

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  14. Dustin
    Dustin at |

    Where is Voltaire? I thought he'd be at the top of this list.

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  15. Brenn
    Brenn at |

    Seriously – Zappa amongst the likes of Twain, Rabelais, and Bierce? You should read Twain, Rabelais, and Bierce, until you realize he's not even in their leagues.

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  16. Mike
    Mike at |

    awesome list very well researched. i love samuel clemens haha

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  17. andy
    andy at |

    surely Hunter was a satirist!

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  18. MarleyIII
    MarleyIII at |

    How is Frank Zappa not on this list? Everything he did was satire!

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    1. Cobra!
      Cobra! at |

      Totally agree!!!!
      Thought the same thing on the way down the list

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    2. Peter Boucher
      Peter Boucher at |

      I never would have thought about Frank Zappa, but your 110% right. Excellent observation !!!

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