If you are bored might want to read this link from the Phoenix it details why Globe writers are not allowed on WEEI, talk about big town but small stuff, also reveals more antics of the D & C show. http://www.bostonphoenix.com/boston/news_features/dont_quote_me/multi-page/documents/01230893.htm WAR OF words between a major metropolitan newspaper and an all-sports radio station. A Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist silenced - at least temporarily. An ombudsman who seems more interested in winning the Management Toady of the Month Award than in offering any serious analysis or commentary. Yes, the vibration you feel is yet another earthquake emanating from 135 Morrissey Boulevard, headquarters of the Boston Globe. On the Smith-Barnicle scale of one to 10, this barely registers a two. Nevertheless, the events of the past couple of weeks offer a fascinating lesson in how to turn a minor problem into a public-relations fiasco.