Getting your gas pumped for you at Jordan's is one of life's little luxuries, akin to pampering yourself with a pedicure or a jug of "not from concentrate" orange juice. But while those treats will cost you extra, Jordan's usually costs less than the competition. Under the Sinclair banner, this service station has been a U. City staple for decades, even as competing stations across the street have come and gone more often than corrupt Congolese dictators. The reason? "We're not greedy like they are," says assistant manager Jonny Weakley, who adds that for the price of admission you can also get your windows washed and your oil and tires checked.