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|Original entry||When Jacob and Bella are walking along first beach in chapter 7 of Twilight, he tells Bella that the guy who said "the Cullens don't come here," was Sam Uley. But in chapter 5 of Eclipse Jacob tells Bella that Sam had phased BEFORE she came to Forks, that he hadn't told anyone where he'd been, and that it wasn't good for him to be around Leah. If it wasn't good for him to be around Leah, then those same rules would apply to other friends too, like Jacob and Bella and all the other people at the bonfire in chapter 7 of Twilight. It makes no sense, if it wasn't good for Sam to be around friends/people (not including the council), then why was he at the bonfire that day in chapter 7 of Twilight? [Jacob said it wasn't good for him to be around Leah because he was dangerous, constantly in danger of losing his temper, as all new werewolves are. Jacob couldn't be around anyone until he got control of his temper, either. By the time the bonfire occurred, the only ones still new enough to lose their temper and explode were Leah, Quil, and Seth, and there were enough experienced werewolves present to prevent injuries. Plus, Sam had been a wolf for quite some time by then, and could easily change long enough to demand the pissed wolf to calm down. They only can't be around people as long as they are in danger of losing their tempers.]|