Your analogy is horribly flawed.

The fact that something has been around for a while and is still in widespread use, speaks very much to it's strengths, and very little to it's weaknesses.

It's not like anybody has a choice, now is it.

Try to look at the development from a natural, outside perspective.
If stuff ain't right from the start, things will work out in the wrong direction. Ofcourse it won't be noticable at first.
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