Q&A: Subway, Stamps, What Next?

May 14, 2009 Updated: May 15, 2009
'Probably the air we breathe we seem to be paying for everything else,' Monaco Whittrick, 35, Brooklyn, Art Director. (Ross Lahive/The Epoch Times)
`Probably the air we breathe we seem to be paying for everything else,` Monaco Whittrick, 35, Brooklyn, Art Director. (Ross Lahive/The Epoch Times)

NEW YORK—There seems to be a lot of price increases lately, with the price of stamps going up this week and the subway fares in the weeks to come, what will they put a price hike on next. The Epoch Times went out to find out what New Yorkers Think?

'Gum, but I'll still pay for it,' Micah Sloan, 31, Manhattan, Dental Technician.  (Ross Lahive/The Epoch Times)
`Gum, but I'll still pay for it,` Micah Sloan, 31, Manhattan, Dental Technician. (Ross Lahive/The Epoch Times)
'Paper and plastic bags. Bloomberg is going to charge 5 cent a bag which I think is a terrible idea,' Erika Berlin, 25, Manhattan, Journalist (Ross Lahive/The Epoch Times)
`Paper and plastic bags. Bloomberg is going to charge 5 cent a bag which I think is a terrible idea,` Erika Berlin, 25, Manhattan, Journalist (Ross Lahive/The Epoch Times)
'Movies, I bet they'll put it up to 15 16 dollars but I'll still go to see movies like star trek,' Nuwan Piyasena, 26, Brooklyn, Associate Label Manager.  (Ross Lahive/The Epoch Times)
`Movies, I bet they'll put it up to 15 16 dollars but I'll still go to see movies like star trek,` Nuwan Piyasena, 26, Brooklyn, Associate Label Manager. (Ross Lahive/The Epoch Times)