Greetings to you!
I am Dr. Ehrlich, and I have joined the SCP Foundation due to my continuing interest in it and desire to contribute to it. I could brag about it, but there is little point to doing so in my opinion, becuase anybody can say that they are creative. However, one can find out if somebody actually is talented by actually reading their material. As such, I will leave it up to those who read what I write to decide as to whether or not I can do so with any degree of competence. I do, however, hope that those who read my workds will not be disappointed.
To be frank, I have three SCPs sitting as documents on my computer. My plan is to introduce them to the Ideas section of the forum, to ensure that they are not things that have simply been done to death. With great redundancy comes great uselessness, and I strive not to be useless.
About myself, I would say that I am a quirky individual, but I would imagine that the SCP Foundation attracts quirky individuals like fruit flies to overripe bananas. I tend to miss the fine details of things, which could lead to trouble, but I am ready and willing to make adjustments should such issues arise. I enjoy creating and refining ideas, although implementation is often inexact. Translating from the world of the mind to the world outside it is less easy for me than most, or so I would imagine.
One of my favorite SCPs is SCP-087. It is dark, creepy, and mysterious, and the very nature of the thing is unknown (unless Document 87-IV contains such information). Another one I like is SCP-895, it was the first one I ever saw on the site. I also enjoy ones that are open to large amounts of experimentation, such as SCP-261, SCP-294, SCP-423, and SCP-914. Such SCPs are excellent conduits for the imagination to work through.
I thank you for reading this introduction, and do hope that I can become an effective, contributing member.