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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, and note the special Sudden Death Lightning Round below:

Burlington Northern: These railroad stocks are being whipped. ... diving, diving, diving. ... Let 'em come down before we pull the trigger. They're not done yet. ... Wait 'em out."

Alcan: Everything that is made or manufactured is going down right now. ... They will stay out of favor until the Federal Reserve makes its move at the beginning of August."

Stonepath Group: "At 5.90, down 3 from where it was just two months ago ... is a good call on the aerospace economy cycle but again it has fallen hideously out of favor."

Texas Instruments: "Nobody likes it anymore. I think this stock will be good once the fall comes around. Don'tBuyDon'tBuy ... only pull the trigger in the last week of August.

Select Comfort: "I'd rather own Sealy," which Cramer said was on sale down around 12.

Valero Energy: "Fifty-six bucks, only then would I do a 'mon back*.

Ford: "I see people buying the Ford 7.50 calls. ... That tells me there's a lot of speculative money in Ford. I think that's a mistake. If you want to speculate, you speculate with GM."

Hansen Natural: "There's gonna be too much profit-taking. ... I don't trust it here. ... I want you to schnitzel out of it."

Ametek: "I would wait until it hit its 52-week low, which we're only 3 points from, and only then would I pull the trigger."

Disney: Disney holds up really well ... I bought News Corp. this week. Cramer then was interrupted by an inadvertent buzzer. He then went on to say that News Corp. is cheaper than Disney. It also owns the poupluar

Energy Partners: "This stock is in the biggest House of Pain I've ever seen. ... At 16 bucks I'm pulling the trigger."

Sudden Death

Sealed Air: "Strictly in the Don'tBuy camp."

Advance Auto Parts: "I like it, best of breed."

Vaalco: "I think it goes to 10."

Lightning Round

Cramer was bullish on Sealy ( ZZ), General Motors ( GM), Ametek ( AME), News Corp. ( NWS), Disney ( DIS), Vaalco Energy ( EGY) and Advance Auto Parts ( AAP).

Cramer was bearish on Burlington Northern ( BNI), Valero Energy ( VLO), CSX ( CSX), Stonepath Group ( STG), Texas Instruments ( TXN), Ford Motor ( F), Hansen Natural ( HANS), Energy Partners ( EPL) and Sealed Air ( SEE).

*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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