For the record, it was my personal opinion - and one which other posters have since confirmed - that your post was of no relevance to the OP.
I've never posted over at the Hall of Ma'at and have no idea to whom you are referring when you claim "You and the Hall of Ma'at crowd can strut like you own the place."
Not at all. Occasionally, I contribute to threads which are of interest to me and on occasion, similarly, when I disagree with someone or to pose questions which seek to help me understand their position - or how they have arrived at it - more clearly. I simply post like others do - including you.
Admittedly, I find your expression at times disjointed and reminiscent of the stream of consciousness style popularised by modernist authors like James Joyce or Virginia Woolf but I always read your posts, even if I happen to disagree - as I do on this occasion.
You made a series of disjointed statements, without clarifying for readers of your post how an elongated skull and giants
relate to discussion of the OP.
Also, if these giants populated Egypt and constructed these enormous monuments, working with huge multi ton stones later repurposed by AEs, then where are all the skeletal remains of the countless dead?
Archaeological evidence confirms that the desert sands of Egypt preserve and naturally mummify the bodies of those interred in desert graves millennia ago.
Regions of Egypt have also been subject over the last two centuries to archaeological expeditions and no giant skeleton has ever been recovered or recorded by archaeologists in this region to support your 'lost civilisation' hypothesis.
I'm unconvinced that a civilisation of giants settles in a region but never inters a single dead person in that region.
Or did they cremate them all atop the pyramid, as Cladking claims?
Which leaves me wondering, where is the evidence to support your giant hypothesis?
No tantrum - just disagreement!