Yes, you should. It's a very cheap investment that will help increase the life of your battery and prevent any unfortunate non-starting events. The car may start just fine each time you start it up but sounds like you're not running it nearly enough to top it back up. Just get a battery tender, plug it in, and be done with it.
There are no "original three parks". There is only the single original park in Arlington, Texas. Six Flags over Texas opened in 1961, while the next park, Six Flags over Georgia opened 6 years later.
Here is what Wikipedia has to say on the topic:
The name "Six Flags" originally referred to the flags of the six different nations that have governed Texas: Spain, France, Mexico, the Republic of Texas, the United States and the Confederate States of America.
very reliable engine, they usually outlast the rest of the vehicle. I inherited one and drove it for years, someone came along that needed a car so I just gave it to them, the car was starting to need parts weekly, but that engine still going out there somewhere. I still see it every once in a while humming on down the two lane blacktop
@i86hotdogs I have similar thoughts about buying at carmax. I’ll browse the lot as they have a good variety, but their prices are high. I have sold 2 vehicles to them though as they’re always higher than other dealers on that side too.