13 September 2005: - stub to stop it from overtaking the disambiguation page White Rabbit (song) white rabbit.
19 September 2005: (song) - first real article start from scratch, that hasn't had to Angel of the Morning evolve much since. Still dealing with some sourcing issues.
11 October 2005: - book stub, expanded later by others, but mostly in the plot summary. Threshold (Palmer novel)
9 January 2006: Unverified personal gnosis - solid stub that has been expanded later.
January 18 2006: David R. Palmer - sourced existing stub.
20 January 2006: Ziya Saylan - well-sourced stub.
14 February 2006: - stunning number of songs by this title, yet no disambiguation page. Fixed a misplaced redirect for one minor entry. Shooting Star (song)
8 March 2006: Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring - article on closed government program.
19 April 2006: Kyle MacDonald, which was eventually merged into one red paperclip
5 June 2006: Wakarusa Music and Camping Festival, strangely duplicated around the same time
12 June 2006: Mafia (game) got a substantial rewrite to trim spiraling role variants, and it seems to have stuck ever since.
27 June 2006: rescued Judith Marie Garrison from redirection, adding sources and making it suitable for continuing to be a separate article (for a time, now deleted via prod)
26 July 2006: helped make Jackie Beere into something worth keeping, changing several minds on AFD in the process.
9 August 2006: Llewellyn Worldwide and Carl L. Weschcke, with some sources so far.
23 August 2006: Playing God (film), a stub that didn't exist previous to a weird speediable opinion piece.
30 August 2006: Local Law Enforcement Block Grant... I'm getting faster at making stubs, I think.
11 September 2006: Horatio Frederick Phillips, aviation pioneer stub that I don't even remember how I arrived at...
26 September 2006: Ghada Amer, Egyptian-born artist I found in The Pitch...
October 13, 2006: Free Hugs Campaign, rescued from speedy deletion, given sources and expanded/put in context. Happened to come across this one while it was still in the Google cache, and the admin was kind enough to undelete it for me to work on.
October 16, 2006: Raymond Ditmars, translated from fr:Raymond Ditmars (man I'm rusty!).
December 7, 2006: Object Orange, after hearing about it on NPR.