Peeves

People can have pet peeves.

That implies there are or were wild peeves. And that makes me wonder.

  • What was the natural range of the wild peeve?
  • When was the peeve domesticated?
  • Why was the peeve domesticated?
  • Of what use are they, really?
  • How did they help further society, like the horse?

Someday I may investigate this further. Any interesting findings could be published in a book with a title such as On the Domestication of the Peeve.

You will laugh at violence and famine, And you will not be afraid of wild beasts.

Job 5:22

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