Jack Kruse: Complex thinker. May be writing over your head, to the side of your head, or on an iphone while on a surfboard. Doesn't pull punches.
Representative posts: "The holy trinity: CT-4" and "My top ten PaleoFX moments"
Kurt Harris: One of the original paleo bloggers and an influence to many, Kurt's specialties are synthesis and calling out things he sees as pseudoscience.
Representative posts: "Paleo 2.0: A diet manifesto" and "No such thing as a macronutrient"
Stabby Raccoon: Not a blogger per se, but comments frequently and intelligently. Apparently knows a lot about how to cure a hangover.
Representative posts: "The Highbrow Paleo guide to binge drinking" and the sequel
Kamal Patel: Also not a blogger per se, but occasionally will cause your gut to bust. Writes about pain issues.
Representative posts: "Fire adaptation: activate your ancient pathway" and "Nightshades: delicious or deadly?"
Richard Nikoley: One of the original paleo bloggers. Known for his strong opinions on religion, self-experimentation, and everything.
Representative posts: "Over 18 months soap and shampoo free" and "Leangains: Martin Berkhan's workout approach"
Emily Deans: Doesn't seem to prioritize jokes, but is subtly funny. Plus I like her because I'm in the psychology field :)
Representative posts: "The Fat Post: for goodness sakes, eat the skin on your chicken" and "That tapeworm at your depression"
Denise Minger: Tears apart studies, bridges the gap between veg*ns and paleos. Always speaks the truth, always sweet and funny.
Representative posts: "The China Study: fact or fallacy" and "Forks over Knives: Is the science legit?"
I know there are a lot of bloggers I left off. I didn't include any recipes bloggers, who can be pretty funny, nor did I list Sisson or Wolf, even though they can be entertaining. Who do you think is the cream of the crop, entertainment-wise?