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Here's what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks that callers offered up during the "Mad Money Lightning Round" Thursday evening:
: "You're in the House of Pleasure. ... Any time this stock goes down, because we know about the bandwith shortage, we need to buy LVLT."
: "Had a pretty good quarter. ... I think that Six Flags is a great spec. ... I hated it all the way down form 11 to 5. ... TripleBuy. Stop being scared and start being excited."
: "I think that you have to sell Dell. ... I can't help you make money as long as you're in the House of Pain."
: "A lot of people want to leave Qwest. They feel that Qwest is done
as far as merger activity because of
Rep. John Dingell
D., Mich. and the Democrats coming in ... Don'tBuyDon'tBuy until it's lower."
: "You know I like the airline cycle. You're talking about one of the best plays." Cramer lauded
: "I changed my mind on eBay ... Some unbelievable research coming out from Bear Stearns that shows listings are up. ... I think that eBay is going higher."
: "Ixnay on the Opsware. ...
: "You should not buy Qualcomm because I am still uncertain about that last quarter."
: "I think that Merck is gonna do fine. ... A lot of people don't like the pipeline there. I'm not concerned. I also like that Gardasil drug."
L-I Identity Solutions
. "Going to 20, do not pass go.
CEO Bob LaPenta, he's one of three guys I actually invited on the set."
: "I know a Jimmy Dean sausage when I smell it. I want to take profit in Crocs," even though Cramer said it was one of his best calls.
: "Not a bullish story; it's a bearish story."
*For all you home-gamers, a 'mon-back opportunity means Cramer would back up the figurative truck and load up on a stock.
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