In her column today, Jan Freeman seems to have coined a very useful word: Peeve-ology. From there, we can derivse peeve-ologist. (I could do without the hyphen but it looks odd any way I can see to spell it.) You don't even need to hear what it means — as a proficient speaker of English, you know. And it sure looks like a coinage: Trying all sorts of variants, the only g-hit I can find is to this column. I'm just plain gobsmacked.
The column is generally worth reading, too, for showing how hard the particular peeveologists (see? Looks wrong.) are scraping against the rusted bottom of the usage bucket with their primitive tools for 'fresh' material. And, in Safire-esque fashion, they have just harvested the gripes of their readers.
And in a great big bonus, I discovered the image on this website. I knew the guy's name and had seen a couple of the pieces up there, but he's brilliant.