The Revenge of the Cardigans

I was rereading Darwin's The Origin of the Species the other week (as you do) and I couldn't help thinking - why is it that the slow and methodical turtle has survived millions of years, while the swifter, more aggressive velociraptor has been consigned to the dustbins of science fiction? Is it the natural order of things that the creature with more depth and nuance will always win out over, what seems on the surface, the stronger, more cunning beast?

The 1990s has often been categorized as

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