About

This web site comprises the more or less incoherent ramblings of Richard Blankman.

Richard was born in Columbia, Maryland and, despite 26 years of maturation, still roughly maintains the same meager level of intellect and focus from birth.

He graduated Oakland Mills High School in 2002 then was admitted into University of Maryland, Baltimore County. They are still questioning that decision. In 2006 he received his BS in mathematics.

Most mathematicians who do not immediately pursue graduate studies find a well-paying desk job with the government or some tech or finance company. Richard, however, decided to remediate himself by teaching high school. Even though his salary wouldn’t have been considered respectable since around 1830, at the very least, his teaching job taught him how to ride a snowboard.

He has now switched jobs to working as a mathematics editor for a company in Baltimore that produces (mostly online) educational materials. He also works evenings and weekends as a freelance pianist, musician, and tutor.

His hobbies include Scrabble, reading, listening to good music, listening to bad music, overindulging on fast food, imagining what he’d do with a billion dollars, feeling inferior to those who generally accomplish more, and making lists of hobbies. He would likely crush you in a round of free-for-all in Call of Duty.

He is often mistaken for Orlando Bloom, Brad Pitt, or a statue of Adonis.

It's difficult, but try not to fall in love.

He can be reached at richard.blankman@gmail.com.

1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. kipperstein  |  June 24, 2010 at 12:12 am

    i see the resemblance… i think the statue has that michael jackson shirt…

    Reply

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