That is just plain nonsense. But I react to the nonsense, even though it would have made more sense for me not to. That is my choice, and there is no reason for it. After all: If there was a reason, then the nonsense wouldn't be nonsense in the first place.
Being as I react to the nonsense, I choose my words. And for every choice I make, and for every word I write, I leave out a potential infinity of other words, that could have been.
Now, I leave the door open for others to respond to me. If anyone chooses to do so, they will not just react to the original nonsense, but also to my reaction to the nonsense. Why did I choose to react as I did? Was it right, wrong or indifferent? Did i 'get it' at all? After all, I could have reacted in a potential infinity of ways. But I didn't. I reacted like this.
Thus reason appears. Reason needs no reason outside itself. Reason just is. Or is it?