The Story of Samarai Jenn, an Interpretation by beefy Okay Okay! after getting some mail from people who suspect that i was the one responsible for Samarai Jenn's downfall based on my subtle response last night in the calf thread questioning the copyrighted photo i have decided to share my sleuthing secrets at last with the communtiy. As i alluded earlier, the greatest majority of this hoax actually occurred in chat. Admittedly, i am the one responsible for reporting this issue to the moderators. However i cannot take all the credit as many of our regular chatters had been skeptical of the pair all along and others had just recently become skeptical. As a result, certain members (who may or may not wish to step forward at this time) began looking into Sam and Jenn and their claims. Perhaps our first clue was that Jenn and Sam busted onto the chat scene a while back and immediately started sharing a lot more information than normal. It was as if one day they didnt exist and the next day everyone "knew" them. Next, Jenn suddenly went from showing a little to HUGE over night. Her due date was a ways off and i feel that she was larger than she should have been at that point in her pregnancy --even with triplets, especially ones that were born as tiny as they claimed. Next i thought it was weird how she was always online at the hospital. Sam was always a little off and it seems a lot of the chatters were more on to him than Jenn, questioning his occupation and wreck. Some researched Minnesota records looking for information on him. no such person existed. supposedly Sam broke his left arm and one member was shown a photo of Sam with no cast on his left arm. The xrays were shown almost immediatly, which was sketchy. question: how did sam get out of the hospital so quickly with such bad injuries? answer: the same way jenn did. she had her babies via c-ntsection and was out tagging calves two days later. LOL. and i mean really? who texts someone while they are getting ready for a c-section? come on now! ok so i dont know a whole lot about gestating babies but i'm not sure that any of them would even be viable this early in her pregnancy? the alleged death of the infant really hit a nerve with me as i know that some of our members really have experienced the loss of a child recently. But just like with Zelda, it was the COWS that really sealed the deal for me. Sam and Jenn claimed to have 200 cows on 74 acres in minnesota... not a very good stocking rate! They were always showing pics of their cows and they always had a few of these and a few of those. i swear they had a couple of every breed of cow you could own. yet when i asked what breed they were they had no clue. they usually said angus. they showed pictures of nice stock too, nice enough that any owner would KNOW what breed they were and be proud of them. now i'm not saying people couldnt have a bunch of different breeds, but you could tell from the pictures that they werenot all running together..they were sorted into like breeds and sam indicated that they didnt have a complex pasturing system that would allow for a lot of different herds segregated by breed. the night i reported them, jenn claimed that they had just had a set of triplet calves and a set of twins born a few hours earlier. now in beef cattle, twins occur once in while but are not really all that common, and triplets are more unusual. but to have both born on the same day and all the calves be viable?? a little far-fetched to say the least! and why was jenn out feeding them and obviously (from pics) ear-tagging newborns 2 days after a c-section?! i asked sam who tagged the calves (asuming they had some help b/c i gave them the benefit of the doubt)- and he told me jenn did. the ear tags were different colors and the numbering systems didnt even match. i told him when jenn got back from the hospital (she had to go check on the babies when i started asking her questions about the cows) to tell her to lay off the ear-tagging until she recuperated...you can ear-tag calves any time... like say when you are not recovering from a pretty significant surgery or mourning the loss of a child... and oh yes how could i forget about Banana the calf?! the calf with the copyright on it from the publishing in NewZealand...the brown and white spotted angus... (angus only come in black or red). That was some good concrete evidence to work with right there. mad props to my sleuths, i didnt even notice the copyright at first. But chat is a funny thing... people bond in there, and we have a lot of good, decent, compassionate individuals on here. some were even tossing around the idea of starting a fund to help out with the babies and the funeral costs. . i decided i should have the moderators check into these yahoos before anyone got more emotionally invested or got scammed out of some money so i contacted a moderator and the rest is history.