I am not angry, I was factual. Normally, I wouldn't call advice awful, but in your case, it was truly awful advice with the definition of awful being harmful to anyone who would consider following it, especially if they have kids and needed to be corrected that there is NO circumstance that your advice should be followed.
Fortunately, you are partially right that most minors will not be in the position where a proper will, POA, or PD are required. However, in the case that the parent does die, or become sick or incapacitated, your advice is harmful. Parents don't just die because of unsafe actions, you may be watching too much tv. One person I knew just passed because they were on the boeing plane that crashed, leaving 3 kids behind. Nothing that could have been done by the parent. other than maybe people shouldn't be on planes, because that is dangerous or unsafe? How about then the parents that died because they were on a family driving road trip on the sunny Easter weekend, and a semi happened to hit a rock that shot backwards very far, and went right through the windshield killing the parents. It was ruled a totally freak accident, the roads were great, they weren't following too close. So perhaps, parents shouldn't drive any more. Then there was the parent who died from cancer after being in remission. Lived a very healthy active life, not sure what one would do to be more safe. Just last week, the parent died in her sleep. Perhaps, that was dangerous too.
My point is living a 'safe life' or 'putting yourself out of danger' does not mean that you don't need a will.