I used Opera for nearly 10 years, but they stripped out a ton of features with their newer versions.
I've started to use Vivaldi. It's only in tech preview, but it's relatively stable. I wouldn't yet recommend it for day to day use, but the team behind it is the old Opera team, and they seem to be focused on rebuilding that old functionality (the side panel has bookmarks, notes, contacts, downloads, with mail to come).
As a die-hard Opera fan, it's a return to form that I'm really enjoying.
They have to think happy thoughts and say happy things because once displeased, the monster can wish them into a cornfield or change them into a grotesque, walking horror. This particular monster can read minds, you see. He knows every thought, he can feel every emotion. Oh yes, I did forget something, didn't I? I forgot to introduce you to the monster. This is the monster. His name is Anthony Fremont. He's six years old, with a cute little-boy face and blue, guileless eyes. But when those eyes look at you, you'd better start thinking happy thoughts, because the mind behind them is absolutely in charge. This is the Twilight Zone.
THAT'S how many people were expected to be wounded, let alone killed, and that was just the American side of the conflict.
It's not like they randomly retroactively fine people.
It's also a useful thing to measure: you can see just how much of the population essentially cast a vote of no confidence for the whole system.