When I had launched my blog at WordPress back in November of 2012, first called Dream In Music and now called KALEIDOSCOPE, I did not know what kind of topic to think of for my blog; So it was that I had decided to make this a VARIETY blog, a blog filled with posts that cover every topic imaginable. Now, when anyone asks me how long I have done this blog as a variety blog, I can outright answer this question with a certain answer of what I had told most of you readers for quite a while: 6-1/2 years, and that has been the very length of time that I have done this blog as. It is not always easy to come up with every idea for every subject in each blog post that I do, but once I find as much enough time as possible to do so, then I have done my job right.
Throughout those years, I have filled this blog with many features, and among those features are the backstories of American companies; I guess that the reason I had done this feature is that I think that some readers want to know how certain American companies came to be, so I began to think that it would be very well best that I would teach those readers the history of every company that I cover, and indeed, I have covered as much as possible, and with such a long list, I am sorry to say that I could not cover each and every American company in which I have shone the spotlight on in this blog, so If I have left anything out, I would like to apologize from the bottom of my heart.
Throughout the past 6-and-a-half-years, I have covered the histories of such American companies as Dunkin’ Donuts, Burger King, Borden’s, Toys ‘R Us, General Electric, Capitol Records, Frito Lay, M&M Mars, and others that would take as much time to fill in this post than any other time possible, but I think you get the idea, don’t you?
It has been an interestingly fun ride to have brought you those posts that cover each history of every great American company for as much as possible, and I think that when it comes to doing such homework as this, then I know that I have done it well. I hope that you have enjoyed reading those posts as much as I have enjoyed writing, publishing, and bringing them to you. If you would like to check out the histories of those American companies anytime, then there is certainly a website for that: It’s www.wikipedia.org.