The quick thinking of a national thought leader averted a potential disaster at a Bone ‘n Moan Buffet in Utah on Tuesday, according to social media press reports. With less than an ounce of three-bean salad left and four buffet-goers behind him, lawyer and thought leader Johnson H. Rubel kept his wits and reported the shortage to wait staff at Bone ‘n Moan, a popular Salt Lake City lunch spot.
“I don’t know what we would have done without him,” said Richard Dickerson, a BM manager. “We’ve come close to running out of things before but never this close. You can see why he’s considered a thought leader. He’s just knew what to do.”
Rubel, however, downplayed his decision. “It’s really not a big deal. I mean, the buffet is one of my spheres of media. I saw a depleted array of beans, considered the behavior change that would be triggered if it remained depleted, and put my attentionomic training to good use. That’s really all it was.”