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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" Thursday evening:

Starbucks: "You do a 'mon back* on a pullback ... but don't do it until it gets back to 34."

Blockbuster: "Not as bad as Movie Gallery, but still a SellSellSell."

OptionsXpress: "I suggest you buy more because OptionsXpress is the No. 1 options name for service. They have a great business model. They're winning."

Bentley: "Swap out of the Bentley and go into the Teva."

Broadwing: This is part of my voice complex that I like. Qwest, Broadwing, Level 3, they're for me. Stay long, no worries."

Intuitive Surgical: That one's become too hard for even moi. My suggestion is you take a little off the table ... and let the rest run."

Edge Petroleum: "I think I would rather see you in Southwest, which at least has a takeover possibility."

Intervac: "At a 52-week high, ka-ching, ka-ching."

Brookfield Asset: "A real estate and power-generation play. I wish they'd split the two. In the interim, two thumbs up, way up."

Brocade: "I still like even though it's up big."

Western Refining: "I need you to schnitzel some Western and get into Valero."

Wendy's: "I believe Wendy's will go up" because of the valuation implied when Tim Hortons comes public. But Cramer said it's time to "ring the register on Wendy's and don't look back."

Birch Mountain Resources: "One of the cheapest stocks in the mineral complex, but if you can't take the heat, may I suggest you go to BHP, which is the best of breed when it comes to minerals."

Waters: "I prefer Agilent to that."

Korea Electric: "I like Kookmin Bank more than I like Korea Electric."

Lightning Round

Cramer was bullish on Starbucks ( SBUX), optionsXpress ( OXPS), Teva Pharmaceutical ( TEVA), Broadwing ( BWNG), Level 3 Communications ( LVLT), Qwest ( Q) Brookfield Asset Management ( BAM), Brocade Communications ( BRCD), Valero ( VLO), Avon ( AVP), Birch Mountain Resources ( BMD), BHP Billiton ( BHP), Agilent ( A)and American Eagle Outfitters ( AEOS).

Cramer was bearish on Blockbuster ( BBI), Bentley Pharmaceuticals ( BNT), Intuitive Surgical ( ISRG), Edge Petroleum ( EPEX), Intevac ( IVAC), Movie Gallery ( MOVI), Western Refining ( WNR), Wendy's ( WEN), Guidant ( GDT), Waters ( WAT)and Korea Electric Power ( KEP).

*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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