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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" on


last night:


(MCD) - Get Report

: "No. I want to stay away from McDonald's until it gets to a better yield."

Frontier Communications

(FTR) - Get Report

: "No. This is way too competitive. I like


(VZ) - Get Report



(CTL) - Get Report



(SBUX) - Get Report

: "This one is going down but I'm getting on CEO Howard Schultz and buying on the way down."

Dean Foods

(DF) - Get Report

: "I think the valuation of the company is just too cheap."



: "Let's wait and see. They've disappointed and disappointed and I'm not willing to buy it."

Chipotle Mexican Grill

(CMG) - Get Report

: "I think at this level the stock will make a stand. Its multiple is equal to that of

Panera Bread



Oshkosh Truck

(OSK) - Get Report

: "This stock is not doing well but I think they're doing better than people think."

Realogy Holdings

(RLGY) - Get Report

: "This stock took off like a rocket and now we have to wait. Let them come in."

Acacia Research

(ACTG) - Get Report

: "These patent companies are too hard to value. "

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-- Written by Scott Rutt in Washington, D.C.

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