Merry Christmas!

We wish you, TAP readers, a wonderful end of 2020. This year was bad for many, and good for some (like me, thanks to this whole thing I passed all my exams!). I hope that every single one of you gets the gifts you wanted this Christmas. Have good health and let’s hope for a better future, while building it.

14 thoughts on “Merry Christmas!

  1. Merry Christmas, and thanks for the blog, Seb and others. After all these years, TAP still is my primary source for WoT news.

    1. Thanks a bunch, will try to post daily from now on. Uni ends in 2021, it’s all about having a comfy job after.

  2. Merry Christmas Seb, thank you for keeping this blog so many years, it is my only source for WOT and WOWs news.
    Wish a good University finish and hope you get the job position you are looking for!
    But above all, a healthy New Year 2021!

  3. Another year checking into TAP on Christmas Eve. Not going to lie, but after all these years, this site has become like a familiar home. I can’t say that I won’t be sad to perhaps see it eventually go someday. A difficult chapter to close indeed. Merry Christmas, Seb

    1. Don’t worry about it, will keep it online and active as long as possible no matter what anyone says. Hopefully until 80 years old or more, depending on how long the game will last. The blog is my creation, so it takes priority over my own personal life (or is just as important, when life is at its worst – like with uni exams).

  4. Can only say the same as others – stay healthy and happy, good luck with whatever comes up for you and thanks a lot for doing this blog, honestly my daily 1st choice!

  5. This year was bad for many, and good for some

    I do not want to ruin the festive atmosphere, but 2020 was “good” only for those who profited from the COVID-19 pandemic (won’t call names, but like any tragedy, a few will always gain from it).

    That being said, merry Christmas and happy holidays to Seb and the rest of the TAP community. Stay safe and let’s do our best to make 2021 a better year.

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