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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" Wednesday evening:

Whole Foods ( WFMI): "Strategically lowered the bar recently. Now I am so confident they are going to beat those numbers that I'm going to wanna do a 'mon back* in the 140s. Whole Foods is for me."

J.C. Penney ( JCP - Get Report): "Is two thumbs up, way up. ... now they got clothes that people buy."

Weyerhauser ( NTMD): "That company is undervalued ... when you look at their timber and when you look at their land."

NitroMed ( NTMD): "I really just do not believe it should be at 16. ... I'll do a 'mon back."

USG ( LU): "I personally think you should ring the register."

Lucent ( LU): "You remember the days I used to play the "I Love Lucent" music? ... I think that Lucent is sneaking back over 3. Right now, I'm OK with it. But Patricia Russo, listen, you got to deliver."

Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia: ( MSO): "I feel that if Susan Lyne were to step up to the plate with some new programming, I'd go back into bull mode."

Merck ( ACL): "My take is ring the register. ... This stock is a total flat-liner."

Alcon ( ACL): "This stock is in the 140s. You sell a little, and then you play with the house's money."

Syneron Medical ( ELOS): "I love ELOS. ... That is the best laser play I know, Syneron Med."

IBM ( IBM - Get Report): "We did a 'mon back down there at 80. We nailed that sucker. ... May be the ideal stock to play between now and year-end. ... I see this stock going to par by the end of the year. And remember, par is authentic Wall Street gibberish for 100."

Kansas City Southern ( ATPG): "Another of this incredible rail group ... They were taking me to the one-hour Martinizing cleaners when I said that."

ATP Oil & Gas ( ATPG): "Fifty-two-week high. I can't have you be that Lancaster-brand sausage my friend" that is, don't be a pig, and take some profit.

Apple Computer ( AAPL - Get Report): "Is it too late? Four words people have been saying on Apple Computer for 35 points."

Microsoft ( MSFT - Get Report): "It's going to 30."

eBay ( EBAY): "This stock has been levitating all week. ... I think you should ring the register because eBay paid too much for Skype, and it's my least-favorite online company after Amazon ( AMZN).

ServiceMaster ( SVM): "Got higher labor costs than I like. I can't get behind it here."

Taiwan Semiconductor ( TSM - Get Report): "Under $10, it rocks big time."

Johnson & Johnson ( ITWO) "This stock is a cursed stock because of that Guidant acquisition. But it will be much higher next year at this time."

iTwo Technologies ( ITWO): "Supply chain management has killed a lot of little guys."

Lightning Round


Cramer was bullish on Whole Foods Market ( WFMI), J.C. Penney ( JCP - Get Report), Weyerhaeuser ( NTMD), NitroMed ( NTMD), Lucent Technologies ( LU), Syneron Medical ( ELOS), International Business Machines ( IBM - Get Report), Kansas City Southern ( ATPG), Union Pacific ( UNP - Get Report), Apple Computer ( AAPL - Get Report), Microsoft ( MSFT - Get Report), Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing ( TSM - Get Report), Johnson & Johnson ( ITWO), General Maritime ( GMR), Headwaters ( HW) and TALX ( TALX).


Cramer was bearish on USG ( LU), Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia ( MSO), Gasco Energy ( GSX), Merck ( ACL), Alcon ( ACL), ATP Oil & Gas ( ATPG), eBay ( EBAY), ServiceMaster ( SVM), i2 Technologies ( ITWO) and Frontline ( FRO).

*For all you home-gamers, a 'mon-back opportunity means Cramer would back up the figurative truck and load up on a stock.

At the time of publication, Cramer was long Lucent and Microsoft.

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