City Rob Ford’s sobriety coach: “The burning buildings—I run in” icon-twitter icon-facebook Rob Ford’s sobriety coach: “The burning buildings—I run in” By Steve Kupferman | July 14, 2014By Steve Kupferman | 07/14/2014 “I take the hard cases. I take the cases that other people will run away from. The burning buildings—I run in.” —Robert Marier, Rob Ford’s new sobriety coach, explaining his professional philosophy during a Globe and Mail interview while also implicitly comparing the mayor to a flaming house. Topics: City Hall Politics Quoted Rob Ford robert marier COMMENTS 2 thoughts on “Rob Ford’s sobriety coach: “The burning buildings—I run in”” This is a match made in junky/drunky hell. It will be a race to see who the biggest liar is: RoFo or his “sobriety” coach. It sure appears that this insanity is on it’s last legs and I’m assuming Marier won’t have to pay for his own crack or he’ll be going home in debt to the “part time driver”. Anyone holding stock in Greenstone or the agency that hires out Marier can use the share certificates to roast up a couple of drug and booze addled weenies. They won’t be good for much else. “The burning buildings—I run in.” His sobriety coach and his optics coach—excuse me, ‘reputation manager’—are going to have brawl over that one. Comments are closed. Make the most of your city Get one year for only $24 Subscribe Now!