The range of the valid answers is absolutely anything, meaning that there is no limitations in valid answers.
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The place where you are is:
- If I am there, I am not there:
If you are (not there), you are not there.
- If I am not there, I am there:
If you are not (not there), you are there.
if you are here, you are not there, and if you are there, you are not here.
inside a Schrödinger box.
where you are not
you are the word 'not'
if you are not there, you're definitely there, and conversely.
if you are present, you are absent. but if you are not present, you are present
You could be in either Thère, 79170 Périgné, France or There, Assam 788832, India but travel between the two could be difficult Look them up in google maps
Then maybe you're
on a Nowhere festival :D
Which is quite straight.
Considering the language of the OP, and broadens the scope of some other "similar" replies I thought of making:
If you are
then you are not
And if you are not
then you are
If your absence is there, you are not there.
If your absence is not there, you are there.
You might be
at an other place
I believe you may well be