Why empowr (part 10)

by Johnny Cash on February 26, 2017

Why empowr (part 10)

Hello everyone,

Together, we've been reading the Why empowr book, written by one of the empowr founders. 

If you're interested in why empowr was created, or want to know where it's headed, this is a good way to find out.

Just joining the conversation? You can read the earlier parts here:  
Part 1:   Here
Part 2:   Here
Part 3:  Here
Part 4:  Here
Part 5:  Here
Part 6:  Here
Part 7:  Here
Part 8:  Here
Part 9:
  Here

As always, many thanks for your thoughtful comments that you left in the earlier parts; we're all reading your comments very carefully (and deleting spam and unrelated comments). 


Education is broken

Many first-world educational systems are now in decline. In some countries, schools are finding it nearly impossible to recruit quality teachers, with many teachers coming from the bottom 30% of college graduates. This leads to a nasty cycle, where bad teachers fail to teach students effectively, and those weak students then go on to be bad teachers, themselves, leading to a “dumbification” of entire generations.
 

 Combine this dumbification cycle with a lack of educational transparency which makes it very difficult for students to predict the value of potential degrees, and you begin to see why modern educational systems are in jeopardy.

 

It was my senior year of college, and I was absolutely miserable. As I sat in class, listening to my professor drone on in a thickly-accented monotone about a programming language that had been obsolete since before I even went to high school, I slowly began to zone out and think back to why I’d come to college in the first place…

After high school, I’d gone straight to the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) to pursue my bachelor’s degree in computer science. Being the giant geek that I was, I was very excited about the prospect of a higher education that taught me even more about computer science. I had thought that my college courses were not only going to teach me new, cutting-edge technical skills but that they were also going to allow me to work with professors who were as passionate about innovation and technology as I was.

What I found, instead, were college courses that were years behind the times, and professors who were more concerned with their research projects than with teaching and mentoring the next generation of tech entrepreneurs.

Adding to my frustration was the fact that nobody I spoke with, either on the faculty or in university administration, seemed to be able to explain to me what the hell was going on. No matter how many times I asked, I couldn’t get a straight answer as to why the courses were so outdated or how a professor made it through the interview and selection process without even being able to speak basic, understandable English.

The complete lack of accountability and the unwillingness of anyone within the system to take responsibility for addressing obvious, basic problems with the school were astounding…

Sitting there in class, my mind snapped back to the present. The professor was still tonelessly reciting her lecture while seemingly oblivious to the fact that she had lost the entire class long ago. And then, I suddenly made my final decision. I would not waste another minute of my time or another dollar of my money on classes and professors that had no value to me. I stood up, walked out of class, and dropped out of college. I went on to start my first business the very next day…

 

***

 

To this day, many years after I first went to college, there is still very little accountability for professors; it continues to be nearly impossible to fire a tenured professor (or teacher). This same lack of accountability applies to institutions. Many of them don’t even bother to keep track of how well their graduates do after leaving school or whether their curriculums even come close to preparing graduates for the challenges of 21st century business.

 

Schools are in Crisis

My college story is not unlike what many other U.S. and international college students go through every day. In fact, many young people seeking higher education have it far worse than I did from a number of perspectives.

Here in the U.S., things have gotten particularly bad for college students. While there has only been some slow, incremental progress in updating curriculums to keep pace with the needs of our post-industrial economy, tuition hikes since I attended college have been neither slow nor incremental.

 In fact, tuition and college-associated fees in the United States have skyrocketed an astounding 1,120% since we started keeping records back in 1978. No, I didn’t accidentally let an extra 1 slip by. That really says one thousand, one hundred and twenty percent. This mind blowing spike in tuition means that, this year, the average four-year-college graduate here in the States will leave school almost $30,000 in debt.

So what is this crushing mountain of debt buying U.S. college students? Well, between the years 2000 and 2007, wages for people with college degrees between the ages of twenty-five and fifty-four dropped 8.5% (and that was before the Great Recession).

New graduates with Bachelor of Arts degrees are dealing with 8.5% unemployment and a depressing 16.8% underemployment. This means that nearly one out of every ten recent B.A. grads can’t find a job at all, and, for those who do, there’s nearly a one-in-five chance they’ll be stuck in part-time jobs, jobs that have nothing to do with their degree, or jobs that simply don’t pay them enough to afford their student debt.

Additionally, despite burying their students in debt, U.S. colleges are still having trouble producing enough Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math graduates to meet the needs of our economy. These S.T.E.M. grads are critical to the global competitiveness of industrialized countries, and U.S. companies import tens of thousands of them from overseas each year.

Combine our college woes with the persistently mediocre global ranking of U.S. students between the ages of six and fifteen (despite the fact that only four countries spend more per student in this age group), and one begins to understand why so many Americans are calling for serious education reforms.

The U.S. isn’t the only country dealing with educational crises, either. Even Sweden and the United Kingdom, countries that for years were praised for the quality of their educational systems, have seen their students become far less globally competitive.

 

The Solution


empowr believes that the solution to education’s woes can be found when we allow ourselves to view and treat education as a product that, like any other product, will improve dramatically if it’s allowed to benefit from the same free-market dynamics that make other products better.

In other words, we need to make it so the bad teachers can be easily fired.

  Second, the best teachers need to earn as much money—or more—than most of their best counterparts in industry, making teaching a much more attractive occupation for the best and brightest. Third, teachers’ performances needs to be measured and made transparent to everyone, especially the product’s customers (the students and their parents).

And finally, along with access to teacher performance information, students need to have the power to choose their teachers, just the same way that we all can choose which car we drive, which mobile phone we buy and which bank we use.

We all saw what happened to the car, telephone, and banking industries—really all industries—in communist countries where consumers had little to no choice: a total disaster. And we also witnessed how those same industries developed in the West, under competitive and free market economics: an explosion of innovation, quality, selection, and value. In exactly the same manner, education needs to be freed from the centralized control of governments and unions.

But how do you truly measure a teacher’s performance, in order to make the above approach a reality? And how do you free educational systems so as to introduce free-market dynamics?

Fortunately, these are problems that empowr has been working on for many years now, and we’ll discuss our solutions in the chapter titled “empowr’s Approach to Education.”

But before we go there, let’s take a look at another phenomenon that’s quietly having an incredible impact on our lives. To understand what it is, you just need to walk into any classroom today, and you’ll notice many students paying far more attention to their smartphone apps than to their teacher. This disturbing phenomenon might actually be the perfect illustration of how education is in decline, while something completely different is taking over our attention and lives.

I’m talking about Network Technology.

391 Comments

Надежда Sibirskaya

Wonderful post! Thank you for your hard work! Thanks for sharing! Have a nice day! I wish you success!

9 months ago
Susan O.

Hi Надежда, I am happy you really appreciate this piece of work and the knowledge behind it. Wish you success too.

9 months ago
Adnan Smith Became Fan

I am so excited! Thank you for this wonderful and long-awaited news

7 months ago
Md. Ariful Islam

Great post ! Thank you so much Johnny Mam.

9 months ago
Adnan Smith Became Fan

I am so excited! Thank you for this wonderful and long-awaited news

7 months ago
Olga Rakhimova

Excellent post! I like it, thanks!

9 months ago
Adnan Smith Became Fan

I am so excited! Thank you for this wonderful and long-awaited news

7 months ago
Željko Sokol

good one Johnny I agree with you

9 months ago
Amada Marcelino

Yes, that is the reality!!!.
Empowr shall improve more for the next generation.
More success to all of us----mady

9 months ago
Sasha O''Neil

Hi Amada, we are happy you agree and share the same thought process in improving the next generation. I agree it will bring more success to us all :)

9 months ago
Yaroslav Novak

Great post! Thank you Johnny!

9 months ago
Mohi P

Hi Yar Nov, It is absolutely a great post! Thank you for your comment!

9 months ago
Yaroslav Novak

Hello Mohi P!
Important factors are the problems of education:
The crisis of the traditional educational system
Low practical orientation of education
The low level of funding
Weak system of relationships between the various levels of education
Weak legislation in the field of education
The massive demand for higher education
Corruption
The fall of the prestige of education in vocational schools and colleges

These factors in different countries have different weight

9 months ago
Adnan Smith Became Fan

I am so excited! Thank you for this wonderful and long-awaited news

7 months ago
Magnum Cassandra

Network Technology, thanks !

9 months ago
Yura Mashkarynets

Fantastic post. Good day and good luck in our business !!!
I like! I invite you to my page!

9 months ago
Elizaveta Zhernokleva

Correctly written! It all depends on teachers, our success in the right training!

9 months ago
Maksim Tsvetkov

Elizaveta Zhernokleva, good afternoon!
Absolutely! Main constantly read new blogs president and always seek the help of his coach. In new blogs a lot of new and useful information!

9 months ago
Mustapha Khayati

It would be great to change the social life of society .a good opportunity that cheers one's life

9 months ago
Sergey Zubenko

Excellent post! I like it, thanks!

9 months ago
Mohi P

Hi Sergey,
I'm glad to see you like it too. It is a great post!

9 months ago
Abd Elmanam

Thanks EMPOWERS
  Making intellectual value of a great global boom will occur in all areas of life
So I am very happy I be part of the EMPOWERS
We will all have to be EMPOWERS largest site and the idea of the world

9 months ago
Sasha O''Neil

Placing more emphasis on the intellectual value will bring more success to everyone in all aspects in our lives, thank you for sharing Abd elmaam!

9 months ago
Jo Byers

JC I couldn't agree more the students I taught were engaged in technology so I got Ipads for my room and I taught using I pads and tested through the Ipads with my own information downloaded into apps for them, but alas it was not up to administration standards and they could not see the benefit. So with the lack of technological knowledge from administration, I was frustrated as a teacher in the U.S. school system. Can't wait to see what empowr envisions for teaching using the technology arena.

9 months ago
Sasha O''Neil

I was hoping to hear from a teacher on this chapter! It sounds like you are one of the good ones, knowing how to engage the students to unlock their true potential with newer technology! Too bad the administration doesn't see it like that, hopefully that turns about soon. Thanks for sharing your real life experience Jo!

9 months ago
Susan O.

Hi Jo Byers, thanks for your comment. Really empowr is doing great applying modern technology to improve the quality of education here, using it as a means of interactivity between the teachers here and students. The technology arena is already active and more are yet to come.

9 months ago
Kelly Baker

That is really amazing. I believe all teachers should be accountable for how bad they teach, no matter what they rank even tenor. Now I understand the Success coach process much better. Thank you so much for this book. It is a great read.

9 months ago
Sasha O''Neil

Exactly, Kelly, that really is the only way to hold these teachers accountable to teach the youth, no matter their tenure in the profession. This chapter really does show the thought process for our Success Coaches and why they are so valuable.

9 months ago
Adnan Smith Became Fan

I am so excited! Thank you for this wonderful and long-awaited news

7 months ago
Umair Siddique

Being a university student, I can relate :)

9 months ago
Beatrice C.

Thank you so much for sharing with us! Very interesting and informative post! I am eager to read more. The more I learn about Empowr, the more I value the platform and Empowr's mission. Great work!

9 months ago
Sasha O''Neil

That is so great to hear Beatrice! We are happy you are apart of the empowr mission :)

9 months ago
Valeriy Yanuchenok

Interesting,informative article!Thanks Empowr!

9 months ago
Maksim Tsvetkov

Valeriy Yanuchenok, good afternoon!
I also really liked this blog. I Empowr gives you the opportunity to fulfill your potential, and you? Do you have a dream, you can realize with the help of the platform?

9 months ago
Elena Emily

I was very impressed by this article. Everything is true and I appreciate your concern for
education. I agree that the education is in decline and I hope that will come a day when the students will have the power to choose their teacher. It will be great.
Thank you very much for sharing this part of your book with us!

9 months ago
Sasha O''Neil

Elena Emily, that would be a great addition to helping make bad teacher more easily let go for doing a poor job. Placing higher value on what the students think will also help the better teachers shine!

9 months ago
Life Is Everything (faith)

Thanks for your continuous sharing and this is just part of education....

9 months ago
Марина Lukarcheva

Thank you for sharing! Good job! Good luck, my friend!

9 months ago
Maksim Tsvetkov

Marina Lukarcheva, good afternoon!
You will also like the blog? He's great, is not it? Wishing you realize all the desires to life with Empowr!

9 months ago
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2 months ago
Gregory Warmington

I find this post very relative to me, thank you for sharing it, this means a lot. And also thank you and everyone else who created this platform it is already changing lives..Respect Mr. Cash

9 months ago
Sasha O''Neil

We are glad you found this chapter very relevant to you, that is great! Thanks for the kind words Gregory!

9 months ago
Marijke Van Giffen

Thank you, Gregory, for your warm expression of appreciation. I second that completely. Don't you think that we are part of contributing to changing the future with our efforts to build empowr into the magnificent platform it already is and the enormous promises it carries? It is the thoughts expressed in this book that makes it clear what we are working towards. Thanks again for your contribution to it.

9 months ago
Riad Ezzat

Interesting , I can agree with you that institutional education is on the decline for sure.
There are very bad professors out there.
In information technology, networking is the construction, design, and use of a network, including the physical (cabling, hub, bridge, switch, router, and so forth), the selection and use of telecommunication protocol and computer software for using and managing the network, and the establishment of operation policies and procedures related to the network.
I am totally agree the future for education is from Network Technology Door.

9 months ago
Jo Byers

Thank you Riad for your comment and your participation in the community is appreciated.

9 months ago
Helmssusan

My name is helmssusan, I saw your profile today on empower.it search and became interested in you, I will also like to know you more, and if you do not mind I will like you to send an email to my email address so I can give you my picture for you to know whom I am, Here is my email address(helmssusan473@gmail.com)I believe we can move from here! I am waiting for your mail to my email address above...(Remember that distance or color does not matter even our age different because I have something very important to tell you, but love matters a lot in life) please contact me with this e-mail address (helmssusan473@gmail.com)

2 months ago
Vadim Shiryaev

Fully agree with you. We in Russia, too, has a crisis of education. I believe that every teacher should take full responsibility! Up to the deprivation of licenses and diplomas. The formation of the governing Board — structure will address the crisis. The Council should include how teachers and parents of students. And let them decide that in a particular case to do! Thank You Johnny!

9 months ago
Sasha O''Neil

Vadim, the education crisis seems to be more global than we thought! I am glad you agree that the teachers should take more responsibility in creating a better educational system for the youths.

9 months ago
Helmssusan

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2 months ago
Eliska Lukasikova

Very nice blog. Have nice a day

9 months ago
Maksim Tsvetkov

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Very nice blog, I also like!
Went to your page, it is gorgeous! Keep it up!

9 months ago
Richard Burger Life Builders Co-Founder Join Me

That is very true education is a big factor if your going to make it as a business on the internet,
I am in another business for the pass 18 years and they take education very serious for people all over the world
and alot of empowr members know me on it also. I love empowr just as much as that business in saying that
empowr really needs to come up with a way to provide all the learning tools so that others can translate it over
to there country so people can understand it better without there success coach at there hand. That is the
key because people learn at different levels and cannot understand the videos if they don't know english.

9 months ago
Adnan Smith Became Fan

I am so excited! Thank you for this wonderful and long-awaited news

7 months ago
Helmssusan

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2 months ago
Katherine (nl Citizen)

Education is very important in our lives.
Having a great education, I think we are living more peaceful and more understandable society that leads to a smooth stabilization. It´s really a sad story to hear the fact that you have to invest, to educate ourselves, though having a great educated citizens is a great advantage on a society.

As a given example of yours JC, having a low qualified teacher are resulting to an underqualified graduating student as a product. It leads to a disaster really. I think this is the result of capitalism, all schools are owned by a billionaire and all they want is a profit. They are not so occupied of how quality teachers they have and even less care of giving higher grades for the students who are not deserving to get one.

Having a free education is a must, this can be paid by the government or community. Teachers must be evaluated in some period of time like twice a year or 4 times a year and providing them a re-education or a review just to help maintain the standard of their teaching that leads to good education, I think this will help reverse the bad cycle into good.

9 months ago
Sasha O''Neil

I agree Katherine, it is a vicious cycle the poor education system is creating and really needs to be stopped. We are glad you see the value an educational system should have the world, we are hoping to we can help in making it better together!

9 months ago
Samina Naz

Everything is true and I appreciate your concern for education. I hope that will come a day when the students will have the power to choose their teacher. Thank you and everyone else who created this platform i

9 months ago
Sasha O''Neil

Samina, that is a great idea to help give students the power to choose a teacher would help place more pressure on the teachers. Its really great to hear that everyone else is as concerned about the educational system as we are!

9 months ago
Syed Shejeel Ahmed Naqvi

Wonderful post! Thank you for your hard work!

9 months ago
Maksim Tsvetkov

Famouz, good afternoon!
Like the post? Oh yeah! He is magnificent! You are at the level of Blue Star - it's good! Good luck on the platform!

9 months ago
Irena Aisha Shahzad

Wonderful post.I agree. I was frustrated as a teacher in my country Slovakia where school system at this time when i was teacher was excellent but salary???Worker without education or just with elementary school had 2-3 time more money like teacher with extra education.And after school activity we have to do free...lol
I think that this bad situation can change just private school educational system 1/ when student can choose teacher and 2/ when student can study and do exams from home online of course with professional teacher
Thanks for sharing this awesome and interesting part of your book with us!

9 months ago
Sasha O''Neil

It is sad that a teacher's salary isn't as much as uneducated worker, something doesn't feel right about that anyway you look at it! I agree with you placing more value in the salary of a teacher who is teaching the youths will help bring better and better teacher to the profession.

9 months ago
Lerraj 23

Today it is necessary to teach the humanities for the development of creativity and freedom. It is necessary to teach a person to acquire knowledge independently and have all the conditions for this. Man needs to understand the beauty and harmony of the world.

9 months ago
Sasha O''Neil

That was very beautifully said A.Liubov! Placing more value on humanities will help bring more of a well rounded education and should not be left out!

9 months ago
Nadezda Jevstafjeva

Hello all!
Thank you. Wonderful content.
I wish you all the inspiration and creative mood. ♥

9 months ago
Maksim Tsvetkov

Rizanka 001, hello! I also liked the list of this blog!
I wish you to develop quickly on the platform!

9 months ago
Andreea Alessia

interesting your post about your experience of life-related to Edu- system. I thought only in my country, where teacher salaries are low there is a problem of education but notes that there are problems in most developed countries.
yet where are we today? Why education is becoming more precarious act from day to day?
With a rudimentary education system ill and no way to get performance, there's no way to be competitive.

9 months ago
Sasha O''Neil

I think we are all realizing how low on the list of importance education has in more countries. It is sad to see that teachers's salaries are not equivalence to their real importance in the world today.

9 months ago
Rao Farman Ali

Interesting information. Nice blog. i Like it.

9 months ago
Maksim Tsvetkov

Muhammad Imran, I am very happy that you like Empowr, and also what our president wrote blogs! You are now at the level of two blue stripes - well done! Together we will do everything to develop this platform even faster and become better!

9 months ago
Normina Esmael

Thanks for today's part of the empowr book... Education is much interesting when its done by students over " network technology."... Lots of latest information are out there that would cater for the interest of the students, it is understandable why they are more interested on the network technology... But some are just on it for the " games,". :)

9 months ago
Sasha O''Neil

We are so glad you enjoyed the newest chapter Normina. There are so many new advances in technology that will help students learn better and learn easier. We hope these advancements are used more and more to help develop the educational system better.

9 months ago
Imad Nissan

It is really interesting to know empowr will improve the traditional system of education. So curious to know more about this subject.

I believe students like to get their education the way they won't rather than bad or good teacher!

If the student depends on the technology to get the education, this need also the technology to be improved to sute this situation, how? I really can't imagine that!

9 months ago
Jo Byers

Imad Nissan I think you are right we need to improve technology and the delivery of education. It will be interesting indeed to read the next chapter. Thank you for your thoughtful comments!

9 months ago
Muhammad Sarwar

It opens up a new view on the world, its problems and ways to deal with it. Teacher salaries are low.It is also a problem of education. I think that this bad situation is just due to private school educational system.Teachers must be evaluated in some period of time like twice a year. but alas it was not up to administration standards and they could not see it. I hope that will come a day when the students will have the power to choose their teacher. It will be great.
Thank you very much for sharing this part of your book with us!

9 months ago
Mthalfangel @empowr.com

Excellent post, and excellent points. But we as Americans need to get back even further into our educational system. We need to start from the ground up. We need to make the states responsible for education and we need to make it important to teach and grow our students from kindergarten up. We need to reward and encourage excellence again and not give everyone a "participation trophy" just for showing up. We need to start identifying the best and brightest and then put them in their own classes and encourage them to go at the pace that they want to go to succeed. The other children, without making them feel inadequate need to be worked with and encouraged as well, but not allowed to hold the others back. And teachers need to be free to choose their curriculum which doesn't have any of the communist socialist agendas built in. We need to stop teaching rewritten history. We need to stop apologizing for being a great country, and we need to do it in English. Most students are already ruined by the time they hit college. We need to make sure that they know how to think for themselves and not swallow the agenda of the left liberal and amoral when they reach college, and they need to be made to appreciate the opportunity to go to college presents and not treat it as a party zone.

9 months ago
Sasha O''Neil

Thanks for adding to the discussion Mthalfange, I agree education needs to be better developed from kindergarten up. We need to work on creating a better educational foundation for children to help promote a better educated person.

9 months ago
Shyam

We need to make sure that they know how to think for themselves,(thumbsup)

9 months ago
Michael D Madsen

I clicked on the "Read More" arrow expecting to read more! Education in the U.S. is much like a conveyor belt system. All student are taught the same material, in much the same way. Those that can parrot information back, on command, do extremely well. The rest; not so much. The best of teachers, they find a way to connect with each student and teach to their strength. The subject comes to life, where meaning, personal relevance, and impact leave a mark in the students life; in the heart and mind.

9 months ago
Marijke Van Giffen

Hello Michael. Thank you for your input on the subject. I love the expression you use of conveyor belt system and parroting. I agree with you that a good teacher connects with the student and finds out what their special talents are and what they need to focus on, driving them forward gathering the knowledge and wisdom they need to make the best possible self of themselves.

9 months ago
EvelynMW

I look forward to each new blog. I am pleased to say that what I am seeing in the UK does not all mirror what you say is happening in the US.

9 months ago
Sasha O''Neil

Thank you for the kind words Evelyn, we are glad you are enjoying each chapter. I am also glad you are not having the same educational woos we are having in America. :)

9 months ago
Md.Nizam Uddin

yes absolutely right your comment about education system. it's very bad thing for human being. but we are the human being we can't stop or fail. at this time only empowr platform is the best solution. i believe empowr will remove all obstacles from society.

9 months ago
Sasha O''Neil

We are glad you agree that the educational system is an important concern for everyone to focus on or society to become better.

9 months ago
Md.Nizam Uddin

Dear empowr president please try to publish the announcement in bangla for my bangladeshi and bangali people. and thanks again for your thoughtfull writing.

9 months ago
Sasha O''Neil

Hi Md.nizam thank you for the suggestion to offer more translation options, we are looking into these options.

9 months ago
Ken Pringle

JC, I could not agree more, Education is in Crisis!
Empowr may be at least one solid solution.
If not the best solution, there is out there.
I have been trying to address this Crisis,
in Canada for years now. Thank you for sharing.

9 months ago
Sasha O''Neil

We are so glad you are on the same page with us on the education crisis Ken!

9 months ago
Bretm

Nice post on the education system. I know that is an important for our students.

9 months ago
Dzack Co

This is a fact, and I do agree with the situation.
Network Technology is the trend of the next future..

9 months ago
Sasha O''Neil

Its great to hear you agree that the Network Technology is the future Dzack!

9 months ago
Malik Pervaiz Akhtar

Yes, that is the reality!!!.
Empowr shall improve more for the next generation.
More success to all of us

9 months ago
Sasha O''Neil

Thank you Malik! We do really hope to make a different for this generation and the next! :)

9 months ago
Ciordas Lucia (DANUBIA citizen)

Multumesc de informare. Ai nostri se zbat sa faca scoala/universitatea la voi. Constat ca va dau banii de pomana. Multumesc de informatie!. La noi sunt cat de cat mai bine pregatiti studentii. Mai putin incidentul de astazi cu olimpiada la romana.
Desi nici la noi nu merge treaba.
Regret ca nu am copii.

9 months ago
Sasha O''Neil

Mulțumiri Ciordas, apreciem sprijinul și sperăm că elevii mai pregătite sunt mai bine pregătiți lumea va fi.

9 months ago