Cam Tram Lam Bam Mim FOOZAAAH! Creegle, Neegle, Sheee-woop! Da-ding, Da-ding, Nubbleeeeeey! Ca-bow, Ca-Bow, Fa-TING!

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Cam Tram Lam Bam Mim FOOZAAAH! Creegle, Neegle, Sheee-woop! Da-ding, Da-ding, Nubbleeeeeey! Ca-bow, Ca-Bow, Fa-TING! is the name of a stamp collecting museum built in 1945 in Des Moines, Iowa, that has withstood the test of time and remains one of the oldest stamp collecting museums in the world. It is also the world's most popular stamp collecting museum, with over four customers visiting every ten years.

IT is devoted to the glories, the passions, the love, the hate, the joy, the agony, the pain, the suffering, the cheese, the FOLKLORe, and the general AWESOMEness of stamp collecting in all its fine glory.

It was built single-handedly by a janitor who intended it to be a janitor's closet. It was too big for a janitor's closet, so they turned it into a museum. Just like the White house was too big for...

Anyway....

The proverbial shift occured in 1947. Two years after, two years before, the ice sloshes in an orangutan sort of way.

Anywho, Cam Tram Lam Bam Mim FOOZAAAH! Creegle, Neegle, Sheee-woop! Da-ding, Da-ding, Nubbleeeeeey! Ca-bow, Ca-Bow, Fa-TING! is frequently visited by old women and men in business suits made of mothballs. Literally.

The museum also specializes in LECTUREs on how to maintain your stamps: proper conditions of lighting, atmosphere, climate, handling, mounting, and so forth.

It is a highly famous museum known for its extensive collection of stamps, especially those pertaining to the gold-standard versus silver standard conflict of the late 1800's.

but to be perfectly honest, how much you write about a STAMP museum? Maybe an envelope museum, or a...bottlecap museum, but stamps? I mean...seriously. 10:40. Stamps. Someone else is asleep. Someone else needs to stop repeating him/herself.

Anyway, it is also noteable for its collection of stamps <droning voice> pertaining to sardine cans of many a color and shape, what have you. Stamps can easily be damaged by humidity in human breath, so if you visit the home of these stamps, be sure to not breathe. Also, they are famous for their gallery of vintage World War II stamps, and stamps with pictures of stamps with pictures of stamps completion.

Not to mention that it has a really funny name.