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What's that got to do with the price of eggs?

A rhetorical question calling attention to a non-sequitur or irrelevant statement or suggestion made by another person. Primarily heard in US. Yes, I agree that health care is an important issue, but what's that got to do with the price of eggs? We're discussing tax incentives for businesses—not exactly a related topic!
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and affected more than 50 million birds, driving the price of eggs up by 80 percent.
There was a more noticeable increase in the price of eggs a 2.
The actual price of spinach was Rs 18-24 per kg but being sold at Rs 30-35 by vendors, radish Rs 16-20 but being sold at Rs 30/kg, turnip Rs 35 but being sold at Rs 45-50/kg, carrot Rs 26-32 was being sold at Rs 50-55 and the price of eggs was Rs 72 per dozen int he official rate list and were sold at Rs 80-85 in general market.
The last time there was an avian flu epidemic, the price of eggs soared in Mexico.
The price of eggs has doubled from 10 shekels (two euros, $3) to 20 since Israel launched a campaign of air strikes on July 8.
All that Nannon had to say about it in her letters was that that the price of eggs and sugar had gone up again.
Under the decision taken by the Higher Committee of Consumer Protection at its recent meeting here, the price of eggs of all sizes will increase by Dh1 per pack.
After the rules for laying hen cages became effective at the start of this year, the price of eggs in the EU jumped 60 percent in one month, he noted.
The price of eggs soared in January following an EU ban on battery cages.
The price of eggs increased 36 percent, while milk and cheese products climbed 7 percent.
You can see the price of eggs being charged by every shop keeper different from each other.
The basic of existence is the price of eggs, potatoes, bread, rice, essential, affordable rent and, maybe, a cheap car.
The price of eggs has also been stable, with a pack of six large free-range eggs costing an average of [pounds sterling]1.
Despite the slip, food prices continued their upward spiral with the price of eggs rising by 11 percent, mutton by three percent, fruits vegetables and condiments and spices by two percent each and barley, moong and urad by one percent.