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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:



: "Come on, man, that's like pseudo-tech, that's not well run. ... I need you to get with the



program if you want to be in tech. Out of Xerox, into Cisco."

J.C. Penney


: "Undervalued! ... I would say buy J.C. Penney. ... J.C. Penney should be bought right here. I would pull the trigger right here."

American Capital Strategies


: "Very controversial stock. ... I'm on the fence on this. This is called a battleground, and Cramer avoids the battlegrounds. Don'tBuy."



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: "I don't know, it's had a good run. ... If gasoline goes up to three bucks, you'll be right. But if it doesn't, you'll get burned. Why not be in



? Why not be in



? Why not be in

Exxon Mobil





: "Lux isn't cool. Lux made a lot of costly acquisitions. ... I like the company but it's a fashion company now, an optical fashion company. Don't buy."

Hott Topic

( HOTT): "No man, you don't want to be in it. ... If you want to be in retail, go to J.C. Penney or



. I don't like the teen apparel group except for

American Eagle Outfitters



Abercrombie & Fitch








: "Unbelieveable! When I see American management that is taking the worst costs I have ever seen and yet they are still making money. ... I like Kellogg, it's doing fabulous, I want you to stay in it. I also want to send you to

General Mills






Aluminum Corp. of China


: "



just sold its big stake in it. I've been recommending this business. I still like that more than ACH."

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American Superconductor


: "Never a favorite of mine. I have offered you



, I have offered you

Texas Instruments


, I have offered you



. I like all three more than yours."

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long ConocoPhillips.

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