Originally Posted by raysmithtx
As to why I had the temps at 65-70. It's because the instructions on the Wyeast pack says to start at around 70 degrees until you see activity. At that point I was going to drop the temp.
Hmm, I've not used Wyeast lager yeast before and I didn't know the pack says that. Their website says for best results to pitch in cold, well aerate, wort which is what I would recommend, http://www.wyeastlab.com/hb_lagerbrewing.cfm
At this point, I would cool the wort and see if that starts fermentation. If you've not done so already, make sure the wort is aerated very well. If fermentation doesn't start after that, you may want to try dry yeast.
This is just another great reason to make a starter. The starter increases your cell count so you can buy less yeast. In addition, it lets you see if your yeast is viable before pitching.