Recognizing a threat from a non-threat is something the military and law enforcement are trained to do. Now, obviously, they can get it wrong and surely do. It probably has less to do with possessing weapons than having a brain operating at a different frequency from their own. That is much more difficult to discern. This is a 6 by 4.5 inches gel pen with color pencil drawing on medium bond acid-free paper. Original Jones Art, though overjoyed that his brain is cloaked, wishes he had not shown it so frequently via his own mouth. Well, it's a little late now here in northwest Austin, Texas.