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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:

Southwest Airlines

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: "No, no, no. We don't recommended any airlines on this show."

China Finance Online

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: "That's a bad stock, and I don't like it. I just have to tell you to sell, sell, sell."

Merrill Lynch

( MER): "Merrill is OK, I don't think there's a problem at Merrill, but I do think that

Goldman Sachs

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is better."

Tata Motors

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: "No, they paid too much for those new brands. We took that one off the table and we're not looking back."

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: "After that great quarter, the stock did nothing. I can't recommend that. I don't like retail, but I do like

Urban Outfitters

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Jones Apparel





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Target Corp

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Terra Industries Inc

( TRA): "No, I like





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and then



. That's my pecking order for those stocks."

Vasco Data Security


: "No, they missed the quarter. They're in the penalty box; that's a big 10-minute penalty there."

ING Group

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: "I'm not recommending ING. You can keep your money at the bank, but not in the stock."

Riverbed Technologies


: "I was wrong about Riverbed. I blew it. I thought they were immune to the economic slowdown, and they're not."

Southwestern Energy

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: "I like natural gas so much. I almost don't care which company you own, as long as you've got one."

*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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