Texas82GP and TURNA, thank you both for you suggestions. I won't have anyone else around the house to help me with the spark plug thing till later this evening, and sadly there are no spare vehicles around for me to take this morning to check my spark plugs on the bench tester. Looks like I need to double check where I plugged the spark plugs wires at on the distributor, and that I need to make sure it's in the right way. Also, the spark plugs shouldn't need replacing. The car ran fine 3 days ago, and had no problems with the spark plugs.
So back when I was putting the distributor back in, if I slid it in when it was turned a little too far clockwise or counter clockwise, it wouldn't even go all the way down and make a flush seal with the hole on the intake where it slides through. It's only flush if I put it in pretty much the way it was when I took it out. Let me go outside and post a pic of what the white rotor looks like, so you guys can see how it looks compared to before I took it out.
Thanks so far! I'll post soon