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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" Friday evening:

Schering-Plough

( SGP): "Fred Hassan is a monster good CEO. Why I ever sold this for my charitable trust, I want to shoot myself. ... BuyBuyBuy. ... That stock is going higher."

Synchronoss Technologies

(SNCR) - Get Report

: "I happen to know the guy who founded this company. I coached soccer against him. ... This is am amazing company. That iPhone activation product is great. ... Good stock, very good stock. I like it."

Hansen Natural

( HANS): "I think that Hansen is going higher. ... But I have to give you a Don'tBuy. Why? Because I thought this stock was done going up at $48, so I feel like I lost the call. ... I got off the horse at $48, so I don't think my call is valid anymore. ... I got off the horse too soon."

American Eagle Outfitters

(AEO) - Get Report

: "I recommended American Eagle. ... I wanna stand by AE. I think that's a good stock."

Bill Barrett

(BBG)

: "I recommended this stock 10 points ago. Unfortunately, after I recommended it, people went crazy and they took it up two points. ... It's a great explorer. Now, I own

XTO Energy

( XTO). ... That is a great explorer, too. But I endorse Barrett. That is a really well-run company."

Deere

TST Recommends

(DE) - Get Report

: "Deere has long been a favorite of mine. Agriculture is one of my bull markets. ... I recommended Deere,

Bunge

(BG) - Get Report

,

Monsanto

(MON)

. ... Here's the problem, with a $140 stock., the market has a few bad days, you could easily fall to $135. ... If you want to be in Deere, I recommend buying some here and then pick up the rest if the stock comes down."

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Coldwater Creek

(CWTR)

: "Let's understand each other. ... I said I would like to hang myself. I prostrated myself. I fully admitted I got it wrong. I said to get it at $19 and I was down here beating myself up ... and I still hate Coldwater Creek!"

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long XTO Energy.

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