Cool guys, thanks. I filtered it through a fine chinois strainer while racking and bottled it. Im sure that its just a case of the newby shakes. Instead of brewing a new batch to dump on the yeast cake, i figured i would give yeast washing a try so i read the nice pictoral guide on this lovely site and still managed to mess it up. Heres the details if anyone wants to put in their two cents or just point and laugh:
I boiled some water and sanatized some jars and let it all cool, and i poured the water in the bucket, but realized shortly after that i should have first racked off the layer of leftover beer that i kept from the bottling bucket. i had more liquid than i could fit into the larger of the jars, so i just re-covered it and let it sit for about 30 min. and then poured the top layer into a humongous bowl, covered it, and let it sit a bit longer before pouring it into ALL of the mason jars. At this point, i realized i only poured the water into the bucket but didn't shake it up to re-suspend the yeast, so i think i am only gonna have a tiny number yeast to work with. I guess the best plan would be to refrigerate for a few weeks and pour off the top, add a little sterile o2-less water into each jar, shake, and combine, and then maybe add to a little wort to make them multiply before following the yeast washing process again? Commence to pointing and laughing and rotten vegetable throwing! But thanks again for the comments!