Thank you both for your answers.
I will keep Bibble 5 + MB Pixeldust Filter in mind for future hot pixels and clearing up hot pixels on my first 500 photos taken so far, lol.
And Popo, you are DA MAN in this case. I did both a clean now and manual clean of the sensor with the cap on. It wiped out every thing. No hot pixels at 1 sec 100 ISO. (Long exposure noise reduction was disabled to make sure.)
(At a wedding last week, a friend told me of an Apple program called Aperture that eliminates hot pixels for his D7000, but I don't have a Mac. I got to play around with his D7000 and a rented Nikor 17-55 2.8. Freakin nice.)