Walt is not referring to a quantity of liquor! [Why is it called a "fifth", anyway? Ed.] No. In all the commotion and celebration of the Glorious Fourth and the [Ed., please supply synonymous phrase for the Canadian holiday.], Walt overlooked the Not-so-glorious Third of July, which was the fifth anniversary of Walt Whiteman's World.
Walt, Poor Len [and Ed.] like to think that we have, over the last five years [and three days. Ed.] brought you some food for thought and a bit of amusement for dessert. We hope you've enjoyed it. Expressions of gratitude may be written on the back of cheques or bearer bonds and sent to the usual address. Thanks in advance.