Intuition (or Brain Radar): Look, okay, you've definitely done a typo. Check it through before you hit send.
Logic: Don't be stupid intuition. I was slow and careful. My figures add up.
Intuition: Seriously. You know I've been right about these kinds of things before.
Logic: You're not really intuition, you're just fear, you're being paranoid.
Intuition: And you're being cocky and lazy, would you just listen to me?
Logic: No. Don't be stupid. Make sense. Brain over-ride. Click "send."
Logic: *Reviews sent message. Sees a glaringly obvious incorrect figure.*
Logic: How did you know that??
Intuition: *Rolls eyes, displays momentary hurt, smiles*
Logic: Right, okay. You were right, I was wrong, are you, what's that thing called, happy?
This conversation was practically just had inside my brain. Slowly I'm learning to trust my intuition more. This time I did not. Damn damn damn, that one typo. I just know when something isn't right.
Your "intuition" is based on reason. Reason is rooted in logic. Your example is self-defeating.