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Cramer's 'Mad Money Lightning Round': Little Darling

The company -- which recycles cooking oil -- might be small, Cramer says, but it's a respectable play.

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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" Monday evening:

Blockbuster

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: "I cannot get behind Blockbuster. ... And if they keep asking me again if I want Total Access, I'm not going to take movies out

of there anymore!"

FreightCar America

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: "I can't get behind RAIL, not when I have

Trinity

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. ... Trinity's the best rail-car play. They also have a great wind-power focus."

Darling International

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: "I have a friend that has a diesel engine that runs on salad oil. ... This is a respectable play. ... I know it's an $8 stock, so I have been reluctant to talk about it. ... I think it's a profitable company that recycles oil."

Vaalco Energy

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: "Too dangerous, my friend. I tried to get behind this company once before. It has got these incredible properties all over the coast of Africa, but I have to be honest, I have not seen this company deliver. ... We don't need these lesser players."

Hewlett-Packard

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: "It's no

Apple Computer

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... but that doesn't matter." Cramer made an analogy to

IBM

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, which had gone up from $95 to $107. "That's gonna be what happens to Hewlett-Packard," which Cramer owns for his

Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust.

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News Corp.

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: CEO "Rupert Murdoch is a big moneymaker. He's gonna make money for you. ... I wanna own this stock. The guy's a great businessman."

Evergreen Solar

(ESLR)

: "You should be selling your solar stocks ... and buy 'em after the big wave of underwritings knocks the whole group down."

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Brightpoint

(CELL)

: "I need you out of that stock. I don't think there's anything really cooking there. ... You should be out of the stock by 16." Cramer said he likes

Qualcomm

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,

Texas Instruments

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and

Nokia

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, but "that's it."

Atwood Oceanics

(ATW)

: "A driller to the power of 9!. ... The only reason I would ever sell that one is to buy"

Halliburton

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, which Cramer owns for his charitable trust.

Cramer was also bullish on

Exxon Mobil

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,

Chevron

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and

Cameco

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.

*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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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Hewlett-Packard and Halliburton.

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