Instant Index: Man Steals Asphalt From City to Fix Public Potholes

Diane Sawyer reveals the top stories people have been buzzing about this week.
2:27 | 07/10/13

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Transcript for Instant Index: Man Steals Asphalt From City to Fix Public Potholes
Our "instant index" launches tonight with a robin hood revived and his target, potholes. In mississippi, potholes, all fixed up mysteriously with the signature citizens fixed. He stole asphalt from the city and fixed the potholes. He now has reached his goal of 100 potholes so he announced his name is ron cheney. He says he just wanted to help drivers. Guess what local officials say? They're not going to prosecute. All over this country, something dustin hoffman said about his role in tootsie has been massed on from friend to friend. You remember in the movie he pretended to be a woman but he revealed in an interview last year with the american film institute he realized a lot of women are dismissed because of their looks and that he had ignored them, too. If I met myself at a party i would have never talked to that character because she doesn't fulfill physically the demands that we're brought up to think we have -- women have to have in order for us to ask them out. So he says he had an pifny. There are too many interesting women I have -- i have not had the experience to know in this life because I have been brainwashed. And the reaction has been overwhelming. One woman writing, thank you dustin hoffman for a reminder too many interesting people get dismissed because of how they look. And have you ever wondered what is the music that sooths the savage seal? A zoo in australia is conducting an experiment about animals and musical preferences so they sent a jazz saxophone player to play for kasey, a leopard seal. A few notes and there is kasey swimming along as the concert continues. Kasey captivated and by the way leopard seals like kasey are musical by nature. They sing to their mates an the zoo says kasey even seemed to sing along with the saxophone. By the way the elephants also got a saxophone concert but they couldn't have cared less.

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