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Here's what Jim Cramer had to say about some of the stocks that callers offered up on the "Mad Money Lightning Round" Wednesday evening:


( SGP): "I say Conexant is going to $2.50."

Waste Management

( WMI): "Shadow of its former self. A once great company ... That stock has come and gone, and you might as well ring the register."

Red Hat

( RHAT): "I no longer feel qualified" to advise on the stock, said Cramer, who had flushed it at $18. The stock just hit a 52-week high.


( SGP): "It's the only drug company that's worth buying."

Time Warner


: After a big quarter there may not be much more upside, and so "You want to be a publisher? You buy some


( EK). They've got a business model."

Eastman Kodak

( EK): "Please exit it. ...They'll let you exit. ... You're not chained to that stock."

Lightning Round


Cramer was bullish on


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Apple Computer

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Wachovia Bank

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Advanced Micro Devices

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Conexant Systems

( SGP),

Hansen Natural

( HANS),

L-3 Communications

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Hilton Hotels

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UnitedHealth Group

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( SGP),

Dow Chemical

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Kinder Morgan

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Nabors Industries

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Georgia Gulf



International Business Machines

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XTO Energy

( XTO).


Cramer was bearish on

Shanda Interactive Entertainment

( SNDA),


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Northern Trust

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Waste Management

( WMI),

Level 3 Communications




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PacifiCare Health Systems

( PHS),

Time Warner



Eastman Kodak

( EK) and

Symbol Technologies

( SBL).

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