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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:

Abercrombie & Fitch: "With all that cash they have ... I would actually take the darn thing private. ... I am not giving up on Abercrombie & Fitch."

StrataSys: "This one's too hard for this environment. ... I say ring the register."

Corning and Aetna (two-fer): "Through no fault of their own they missed the quarter. ... There is a glut of liquid crystal display. ... Aetna, on the other hand, is perhaps the most poorly managed company I have seen in ages."

Interactive Surgical: "This $99 level is just a stopping-over point on the way to 70. ... It's had it."

Crystallex: "It's a call option on gold."

United Technologies: "Delivered a crystal-clear quarter. ... This stock is everything I want, but this is a darn tough tape. ... I own it for my charitable trust ."

Energy Partners: "This is one of my worst picks ever."

Inco: "Why don't you ring the register and just be grateful you didn't get caught up in the big commodities bear market?"

Conceptus: "This one is for me."

Grant Prideco: "I want you to switch into FMC."

Pike Electric: "No. 1 hurricane play. ... You know when they knock down all the power lines in the Southeast, the guy you call is Pike a nonunion play ."

" Suncor's OK for me."

Andrew: "Don't you dare pull the trigger."

Marathon: "You stick with Marathon."

Lightning Round

Cramer was bullish on Abercrombie & Fitch ( ANF), Corning ( GLW), Crystallex International ( KRY), United Technologies ( UTX), Inco ( N), FMC ( FMC), Conceptus ( CPTS), Pike Electric ( PEC), Suncor Energy ( SU), and Marathon Oil ( MRO).

Cramer was bearish on StrataSys ( SSYS), Aetna ( AET), Intuitive Surgical ( ISRG), Grant Prideco ( GRP), Energy Partners ( EPL) and Andrew ( ANDW).

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