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That's the message in a new Ford commercial skewering Cadillac for a recent controversial ad that ruffled feathers by presenting what some felt was a misguided perspective on the American work ethic.
The Cadillac ad starred actor Neil McDonough as a rich guy looking out at his pool and pondering why he and other Americans work so hard when people in other countries take off the whole month of August....
In order to draw a contrast, Ford mimicked the structure of Cadillac's commercial. Only it decided to use Pasho Murray, a real woman who founded Detroit Dirt, a company that turns waste into compost and sells it to people who want to create urban gardens.
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