Most simple questions require a shared context between the person asking the question and the person answering the question.
It’s sometimes fun to ignore that context.
These are all valid answers, their usefulness depending on context:
- I’m on Earth.
- I’m in North America.
- I’m in the U.S.
- I’m in Colorado.
- I’m in Colorado Springs.
- I’m in my house.
- I’m in the living room.
- I’m four feet from the wall.
- I’m above the carpet.
- I’m about 92,955,807 miles from the sun.
- I’m nowhere near the equator.
- I’m at 38°51′48″N 104°47′31″W
I bring this up because my daughter sometimes ignores context when answering questions. I guess it’s a learned thing.