You sure do not seem to suffer from extreme modesty. 89 pages of ambiguity and one special newbie who is planning to set everythinjg (and everyone) straight. Has it ever occurred to you that 89 "pages of ambiguity" represent the actual ambiguity that exists in the current SOP of USCIS IOs? People have reported very different experience with respect to traffic tickets (sometimes completely opposite experience) which can only mean that uniformity does not exist in this matter. You, on the other hand, want to disregard the statistics that is based on numerous actual accounts of N-400 applicants and prove your point by referring to a highly unusual isolated case?
I sure am not a rude , offensive , childish troll. Can you say the same about yourself?
Learn to tolerate the opinion of those you disagree with.
I don't have to show uniformity in interpretation of question by all IO's and DO's in order to disprove the claim that you don't have to disclose your traffic tickets during the N-400 proceedings.
All I have to do is show that there is a possibility (and factual evidence) of severe consequences if one chooses to be a judge and juror in deciding whether they should omit those offenses.