When I saw this picture a few days ago, I didn’t toss High School Musical into the trash. Miss Zoot asks parents if they have advised their teens that every picture taken can and will someday be on the Internet. Doug and I have. Repeatedly. Of course, my children are well aware of the speed a naked picture travels. “EVERYONE I know has seen the picture of YOU naked Mom.” I’m fine with that. I’m an adult. I wasn’t doing anything wrong when that picture was taken. I’m not ashamed of it. I laughed when it was taken and it’s such a silly picture that I’m confident it has made other people laugh. It’s been viewed more than 6 thousand times, so I don’t need to link to it. You’ve already seen it. It’s no big deal. Neither is the harmless picture of the very beautiful teen starlet. It was a reckless decision to take that photo, but she knew the risk. Not only do I doubt claims that she had no idea it could become public, I don’t think it will make her career any better or worse than it was ever destined to be. She won’t be working with Disney any more though.