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

Hewlett-Packard ( HPQ - Get Report): "That guy Hurd knows what he's doing. ... I think Hewlett-Packard should be bought."

Deere and Co. ( DE - Get Report): "Not until Q1 will it be OK to buy the excellent company John Deere ... in the interim, the farm economy is not so good. The next sound you hear will be dive, dive, dive."

Cheniere Energy ( LNG): "I would swap out of the Cheniere and get into the Chesapeake ( CHK - Get Report)."

Grey Wolf ( GW): "Contract rates still going up. I think these guys are the real deal ... CEO had a bit of a rogue in him. I like that."

Aquila ( ILA): "One of the few utilities in the country I don't like. ... If you want to own a utility, I would be with Duke Energy ( DUK).

Goodrich ( GR): "I think of Goodrich as an aerospace play and their business be smoking! I say you gotta buy."

Posco ( PKX - Get Report): "I am not a big fan of steel ... I don't care about Katrina when it comes to steel. ... This is a South Korean company ... I will give this the only blessing of any steel company in the world."

Dollar Tree ( DLTR - Get Report): "Ma'am, you need a recession to buy that stock. ... A permanent resident of the 52-week low list. It should pay rent there."

Fox Hollow ( FOXH): "Very controversial stock. One of those highflying medical companies. But I would not buy that stock until it goes under 40."

Marvell Technology ( MRVL - Get Report): "Marvell and Broadcom ( BRCM). They rock. I give them both the bull."

Best Buy ( BBY): "I think the stock is a good one, but I don't have that ironclad on how their business is this quarter. I don't have enough to go on but I do like the company."

IntraLase ( ILSE): "These guys got the patents. The patents are what matters. The shorts will be wrong. The bulls will be right."

International Paper ( IP - Get Report): "This company owns more trees than any other company in America at a time when we have a lumber shortage," Cramer said bearishly.

Bank of America ( BAC - Get Report): "I'm being bearish about Bank of America."

Sonic ( SONC): "Right now it's cursed. It has so many stores in that area that just got hit so bad with the Katrina. They lost their mojo momentarily. I like Sonic's wraps and I like their desserts. ... I'm giving a 'mon back right here."

Fleetwood ( FLE): "Recreational vehicles use a lot of gasoline. ... I think the Fleetwood trade is done."

GlaxoSmithKline ( GSK - Get Report): "You know my feeling on Big Pharma. It's coming back. ... Don't forget Wyeth ( WYE).

Disney ( DIS): "Disney needs to see gasoline at $2.50 (a gallon) in order to blow out the quarter. If you see gasoline going to 2.50, you stay with Disney."

Lightning Round

Bullish

Cramer was bullish on Lowe's ( LOW - Get Report), Hewlett-Packard ( HPQ - Get Report), Chesapeake Energy ( CHK - Get Report), Grey Wolf ( GW), Goodrich ( GR), Posco ( PKX - Get Report), Marvell Technology Group ( MRVL - Get Report), Broadcom ( BRCM), IntraLase ( ILSE), International Paper ( IP - Get Report), Sonic ( SONC), GlaxoSmithKline ( GSK - Get Report), Wyeth ( WYE), BlueLinx Holdings ( BXC - Get Report), Cypress Semiconductor ( CY - Get Report), Airgas ( ARG), Canadian Natural Resources ( CNQ - Get Report) and William Wrigley Jr. ( WWY).

Bearish

Cramer was bearish on Deere ( DE - Get Report), Aquila ( ILA), Dollar Tree Stores ( DLTR - Get Report), Dollar General ( DG - Get Report), Family Dollar Stores ( FDO), FoxHollow Technologies ( FOXH), Bank of America ( BAC - Get Report) and Fleetwood Enterprises ( FLE).

*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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