eMail Address Management

This web site used to have lots of email addresses on many pages. Unfortunatly people started to spam those addresses. To avoid this we replaced all email text addresses with images, so you cannot copy/paste them or click on them. If you click you come to this web page instead, where we try to figure out if you are a real person or a bot, and we also intentionally slow you down so you cannot get too many addresses in a short time. Sorry for this inconvenience (if you have a better idea on how to solve out problem please send an email to click for textversion of email address).

We show you here 7 sentences, 6 of them are combinations of several sentences and should therefore not make sense. Select the correct one, and you will get a page where you can click on the email address you are looking for in order to send an email.

Bowersox's Law of the Workshop: every action, there is an proportional to the amount of progress.
lord balfour's contention: nothing matters the lead in a pencil will break is in spill on a dirty floor.
Law of Legislative Action: The length of time it takes Of two possible events, only program, when running, is obsolete.
Shoppenhauer's Law of Entropy: If you put a spoonful of wine in clean tie attracts the quality assurance doesn't.
mason's first law of synergism: the that tested perfectly indoors develop burn-outs as as many parts as you please.
Grossman's Misquote of H. L. Mencken: Complex problems often have simple, easy-to-understand wrong answers.
jana's definition: if you want it but a problem closely enough, you will recognize will not be evenly distributed.