If you’re going to mock “San Francisco values,” you might as well get it right. Otherwise you stick out like a well — philistine. On George Rebane’s blog, “Gregory” likes to refer to S.F. as “Frisco.” Herb Caen wrote a book titled “Don’t call it Frisco.” Now on R.L. Crabb’s blog, The Union columnist George Boardman is referring to the City’s exclusive neighborhood as “St. Francis Woods.” He writes: “There isn’t much in my life that I regret, but I do wish we had bought by mother-in-law’s house in St. Francis Woods (sic) when we had the chance in 1970.” It’s a common faux pas, at least among the philistines. For the record, George is now a resident of Lake of the Pines.