I've often thought that the answers on the back of a Trivial Pursuits card are more interesting than the questions. The questions are always so closed, aren't they? You can't do anything with them apart from get them right or wrong. But the answers... well there's lots of things you can do with them.
So a quick Google shows that Adam Nash, CA, blogged in 2008 that the extreme economics of the computing industry in Silicon Valley distorted inflation figures so badly that it changed US monetary policy. Meanwhile in the same year, Mayank Sharma writes that inflation can be explained by a cup of tea. Meanwhile one-time lead singer with Roxy Music, Bryan Ferry claims to have had tea with Salvador Dali of all people in the UK paper, the Mirror, back in 2010. Speaking of Dali, there seem to many comparison's between him and Citroen's cars, ranging from a positive, if surreal, driving experience, through thoughts about the Citroen's bizarre rear windscreens, through less positive comments indicating that some concepts cars could well deserve to appear in a Dali painting.I then see that Ketel One, a dutch vodka company both make a variety called 'Citroen' and sponsor the United States PGA (and have been doing so since 2005). Finally I see that the US PGA visited Silicon Valley in October 2010 at Cordevalle.geography: Silicon Valleyentertainment: Inflationhistory: Teaart and literature: Salvador Daliscience: Citroen'ssport and leisure: The United States PGA