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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:

GM: "I am a hairsbreadth away from BuyBuyBuy. One thumb up."

" Brocade is gonna surprise to the upside."

Home Solutions: "Kind of a worst-of-breed guy, are ya? ... SellSellSell ... let me throw in Cendant as another stock that I don't like."

Northgate Minerals: "That company is both gold and copper. ... It's a way station at 4 1/2 toward nirvana at 5 1/2."

SiRF Technology: "Unfairly punished ... I'm giving one thumb up to SiRF, the other to Novatel."

Zoltek: "We liked this stock at 12. It subsequently goes to 30 ... now , that said, take half off right here, and then watch tomorrow night's show. ... That's what's called in the business a tease."

Kinetic Concepts: "I have not been a fan. ... I want to take a pass. Don'tBuyDon'tBuy."

American Capital: "I am sticking my neck out. ... I like ACAS."

Bank of Montreal: Cramer likes this one, Toronto Dominion and Royal Bank of Canada, and he believes the Canadian dollar will make a run at parity with the U.S. dollar.

Agree Realty: Cramer said he prefers Vornado.

BioCryst: "Recommended at 11, then it goes to 23, and I say ring the register. Company's all over me like a cheap suit telling me to get on board, like Motorola." Cramer says BioCryst's headed back to 11.

Bucyrus: "One of the great American names." Cramer also likes Joy Global and Manitowoc."

24/7: "I thought that was a terrible quarter. I can't recommend the stock."

Flextronics: "The only contract manufacturer that I've endorsed."

Zumiez: "Recommended when it was at 10. Now it's going to 35. Cramer takes a bit of a schnitzel, rings the register and let's the rest run."

Lightning Round

Cramer was bullish on General Motors ( GM - Get Report), Brocade Communications ( BRCD), Schlumberger ( SLB - Get Report), Northgate Minerals ( NXG), SiRF Technology ( SIRF), Novatel Wireless ( NVTL), Zoltek ( ZOLT), American Capital Strategies ( ACAS), Bank of Montreal ( BMO - Get Report), Toronto-Dominion Bank ( TD - Get Report), Royal Bank of Canada ( RY - Get Report), Vornado ( VNO - Get Report), Bucyrus International ( BUCY), Joy Global ( JOYG), Flextronics ( FLEX - Get Report)and Zumiez ( ZUMZ).

Cramer was bearish on Home Solutions of America ( HOM), Cendant ( CD), Kinetic Concepts ( KCI), Agree Realty ( ADC), BioCryst Pharmaceuticals ( BCRX)and 24/7 Real Media ( TFSM).

*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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