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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" Friday evening:

Abercrombie & Fitch: "I do not play when I got a battleground," said Cramer, citing competitors American Eagle and Urban Outfitters. Cramer issued a Don'tBuy on ANF.

Computer Sciences: "At the 56 level, do you mind if we schnitzel a little, Mimi, and go elsewhere?"

Geron: "Stay away."

Evergreen Solar: "Turning a gain back to no gain. ... Will "Slim" Gabrielski (Cramer's research associate at TheStreet.com) says this one is still bankable. ... But when it gets back to 18, you take some off the table."

Isis Pharma: "Big hat, no cattle. I want to sell this thing. It's losing money hand over fist. It's not for me."

DRS Technologies: "Sweet-spot defense company. It will either be bought or go up on earnings. Two thumbs up, way up."

CBIZ: "A terrific play. Seven dollars goes to 10. You got my blessing and I even give you a triple buy."

Palm: "I think you get into that stock, and you get into it big."

Dress Barn: "I like Dress Barn. I have not gotten behind it since the double we caught. ... The fundamentals are good, but I need to get a pullback before we do a 'mon back*."

Tom Online: "May I suggest you buy NetEase, which I like more?"

" Rite Aid is going to 5, and I'm blessing it because of Medicare Part D." Cramer also likes CVS.

" Brightpoint seems too high to me. I want you to sell a little."

Cisco: "As painful as this is, I admit it's going higher."

Apple Computer: "I think that Apple's a buy. ... I 'm not backing away. I still like it."

" Costco at 54 is still a buy. I stick with it."

Lightning Round

Cramer was bullish on American Eagle Outfitters ( AEOS), Urban Outfitters ( URBN), Evergreen Solar ( ESLR), Thornburg Mortgage ( TMA), Countrywide Financial ( CFC), Accredited Home Lenders ( LEND), DRS Technologies ( DRS), L-3 Communications ( LLL), CBIZ ( CBIZ), Southwestern Energy ( SWN), Houston Exploration ( THX), Palm ( PALM), NetEase ( NTES). Yahoo! ( YHOO), Rite Aid ( RAD), CVS ( CVS), Brightpoint ( CELL), Cisco ( CSCO), Alcatel ( ALA), Lucent ( LU), Tellabs ( TLAB) Costco ( COST) and Apple ( AAPL).

Cramer was bearish on Abercrombie & Fitch ( ANF), Computer Sciences ( CSC), Geron ( GERN), Isis Pharmaceuticals ( ISIS), Exco Resources ( XCO), Thomas & Betts ( TNB) and Tom Online ( TOMO).

*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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