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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" Tuesday evening:

Circuit City


: "Existential crisis here. I'm having trouble trying to figure out why Circuit City stays in business, to be honest. I think

Best Buy


does the job. I don't see why you need Circuit City. I think even down here, Circuit City is not the one to be in."

Build-A-Bear Workshop


: "I don't even want to get near that stock. That one is a House of Pain."


( WYE): "Under a huge amount of pressure. It has been just a terrific performer this year. ... I have been scouting around, trying to recommend Wyeth. I tend not to like Big Pharma. ... But that stock's too cheap. We just need one big drug," and Cramer said he'd give the stock a buy. But until then, "I want you to take some off the table. It's just not that good a company."


( OCNF): "We like dry bulk shipping! We also like


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TheStreet Recommends


! ... That group rocks."



: "This is the touch-pad stock that everybody always wants me to recommend. ... I'm always afraid of the technology, that someone else is going to come up with something better. But it has been a good winner. It is all the way up. But I just have to give you a Don'tBuy."



: "No, no, no. ... I just can't get behind the stock whatsoever. That's old technology. That ain't workin'."

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NYSE Euronext


: "It is a cursed stock! ... It is the House of Pain. ... This was one of my stocks of the year. It has been absolutely horrible. ... Let me reiterate. I believe in the long-term New York Stock Exchange. I think it's very inexpensive. The volumes are big. ... It's a European play. But I have been dead wrong about the New York Stock Exchange." Cramer owns NYSE Euronext for

Action Alerts PLUS, his charitable trust.

Martha Stewart


: "Disappointing. By the way, I can't get behind anything print. ...

New York Times


stock is very worrisome."

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long NYSE Euronext.

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