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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" Tuesday evening:

Domino's ( DPZ - Get Report): I've seen Papa John's ( PZZA) go up ... while Domino's has done nothing. Swap out of that and get into Domino's, which doesn't deserve a discount."

Wal-Mart ( WMT - Get Report): "We are not going to be dissuaded by the myriad lawsuits against Wal-Mart, because it is in the House of Pleasure."

Cal Dive ( CDIS): "Part of that oil service redo that actually did better after the hurricanes. ... And you know I don't like the integrateds."

Integrated Device Technology ( IDTI): "Swap out of that ne'er-do-well. I think Micron ( MU - Get Report) is better than IDT."

Glacier Bancorp ( GBCI): "Overvalued when it comes to book value. ... I would not buy this stock above 30, I would ring the register and find yourself a cheaper bank."

Silicon Image ( SIMG): "Swap out of and buy either Broadcom ( BRCM) or Marvel ( MRVL)."

Lockheed Martin ( LMT): "I would rather see you in ManTech ( MANT - Get Report). I don't want you in LMT for the next three weeks."

L3 Communications ( LLL): "Strictly Don'tBuy."

United Parcel Service ( UPS - Get Report): "Tomorrow FedEx ( FDX - Get Report) reports ... you wait for FedEx's report. ... and then I want you to pick up some UPS. I think you should do a 'mon back* under 73 because I think this stock is headed to 90."

Placer Dome ( PDG): "You ring the register. We are not arbitragers."

Google ( GOOG): "Don't you dare associate the House of Pain with Google. I want you to hold the Google to 446, then I want you to sell it."

Borg Warner ( BWA): "Kind of a dirty dozen play. May I refer you to Textron ( TXT), and as a backup play I'm going to send you to Emerson Electric ( EMR) .

Potash ( POT) : "The problem with fertilizers, no barrier to entry. Anybody can be in that guano business."

Lyondell Chemical ( LYO): "I believe there's one down and six up for Lyondell. You should buy Lyondell right here right now."

Natural Gas Services ( NGS): "If you want to be in that business, you gotta go be in Anadarko ( APC) or Devon ( DVN) .

American Eagle ( AEOS): We're gonna stick a Don'tBuy here. ANF ( Abercrombie & Fitch ( ANF) is doing better. "

SanDisk ( SNDK): "It's starting to go down again and that's where you get off. May I suggest Lexar ( LEXR). Cheaper, better and more upside.

Goldman Sachs ( GS - Get Report): "In another couple of days, Goldman will be doing its 'mon back buyback. I say you take it and sell it there."

Netflix ( NFLX): "Moved up 10 straight points. I don't want to be in that game either."

Activision ( ATVI): "May I suggest tomorrow morning after the downgrades you buy some ERTS ( Electronic Arts ( ERTS)."

Silicon Image ( SIMG): "I got enough problems recommending Qualcomm ( QCOM) or Broadcom ( BRCM)."

Deckers ( DECK): "I think you gotta look elsewhere."

Microsoft ( MSFT): "I think you're in a House of Somewhat Pain. Hold on to it until Q3 of next year."

Elan ( ELN): "I'm ringing the register on Elan."

Lightning Round

Cramer was bullish on Domino's Pizza ( DPZ - Get Report), Wal-Mart ( WMT - Get Report), Cal Dive ( CDIS), Micron Technology ( MU - Get Report), Broadcom ( BRCM), ManTech ( MANT - Get Report), FedEx ( FDX - Get Report), UPS ( UPS - Get Report), Anglo American ( AAUK), Google ( GOOG), Emerson Electric ( EMR), Lyondell Chemical ( LYO), Anadarko Petroleum ( APC), Abercrombie & Fitch ( ANF), Lexar ( LEXR), Goldman Sachs ( GS - Get Report), Activision ( ATVI), Electronic Arts ( ERTS), Microsoft ( MSFT), Biogen Idec ( BIIB - Get Report), Ameren ( AEE)

Cramer was bearish on Papa John's ( PZZA), Integrated Device Technology ( IDTI), Glacier Bancorp ( GBCI), Silicon Image ( SIMG), Lockheed Martin ( LMT), L3 Communications ( LLL), Placer Dome ( PDG), Borg Warner ( BWA), Potash ( POT), Natural Gas Services ( NGS), American Eagle Outfitters ( AEOS), SanDisk ( SNDK), NetFlix ( NFLX), Movie Gallery ( MOVI), Blockbuster ( BBI), Siliconware ( SPIL), General Motors ( GM), CalAmp ( CAMP), Deckers Outdoor ( DECK), and Elan ( ELN).

*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 Anglo American, Microsoft and Qualcomm.

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