Per “Max’s” bio on social media:

Max is a young, Hispanic-American son of legal immigrants, an Archaeologist, a Historian, an Adventurer, a Political Guru, and an Independent Contributor to Right Side Broadcasting Network.

Along with being a Bodybuilder, a Martial Artist, a member of the ATA Black Belt Club, a Pentecostal and a Street Racer, he is also a brilliant educator with a BA in History and a Masters in Archaeology.

“Max” does not exist.

“Max” is a fictitious character.

“Max” has no degrees in Archeology or History.

“Max” is not a bodybuilder or a streetcar racer.

“Max” is not a Martial Artist or a blackbelt.

“Max” never educated anyone.

“Max” was not born to legal or illegal immigrants.

“Max” was invented from someone’s imagination. Would you like to know who that someone is? Let us know.

narcissism, pathological self-absorption, first identified as a mental disorder by the British essayist and physician Havelock Ellis in 1898. Narcissism is characterized by an inflated self-image and addiction to fantasy, by an unusual coolness and composure shaken only when the narcissistic confidence is threatened, and by the tendency to take others for granted or to exploit them. The disorder is named for the mythological figure Narcissus, who fell in love with his own reflection.

Narcissists attempt to solicit admiration from those around them, and their hostility when others fail to respond appropriately contributes to the disturbed interpersonal relationships that are a hallmark of the disorder. Research has shown that people describe their narcissistic acquaintances as trying to impress others by bragging and putting down others. These behaviours are initially successful in that those who interact with narcissists find them to be competent and attractive. However, over time these partners come to view the narcissist as arrogant and hostile.


  1. Arrogance – Arrogance and a disregard for other people’s feelings are typical characteristics of narcissism. Narcissists often have a low self esteem which they try to relieve by insulting or degrading others. This helps to re-inflate their ego when they are feeling deflated or lacking in worth.


“Psychopaths are social predators who charm, manipulate, and ruthlessly plow their way through life, leaving a broad trail of broken hearts, shattered expectations, and empty wallets.”

Source: “Without Conscience” by Robert D. Hare