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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:

SunOpta ( STKL): "I am freeing you from that ... go right from there, right into Hain ( HAIN)."

Walter Industries ( WLT): "Cheap as all get-out. ... owns a housing company, also owns coal. What's not to like?"

Las Vegas Sands ( LVS): "The CEO Sheldon Adelson, one of the best in the game. Macau is still hot."

Exxon Mobil ( XOM): "That stock's going to 80, and it's going to 80 tomorrow. I think you should just go buy it."

Intuitive Surgical ( ISRG): "I have felt this stock has been too expensive ever since it went north of par Wall Street gibberish for $100." But Cramer doesn't believe in selling it until it costs more than 2.5 times the growth rate.

Lundin Mining ( LMC): "We have a steel deal going on and we have a copper deal going on. This is a terrific mineral play and will be on everyone's short list to be acquired."

Dynamic Materials ( BOOM): "BOOM was good for a trade but right now it's simply Don'tBuyDontBuy."

Nuance Communications ( NUAN): "I don't like those artificial-speech plays. ... If you really need technology, go to the Cisco ( CSCO)," Cramer said.

Weight Watchers ( WTW): "Cheap, we recommended it a while ago." But Cramer said that "in the end, it's getting too close to twice the growth rate."

AES ( AES): "I kick myself every day. ... I kept thinking it would go back to 18, and now it's all the way up. It's a monster company. It's a worldwide power company in a world that needs more power."

" Intevac ( IVAC) got the flat-panel display, got the hard disk drive thing." Cramer likes Seagate Technology ( STX) better and owns it in his Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust.

Suntech Power ( STP): "I don't like the solar plays. ... The whole alternative energy craze other than Archer Daniels Midland ( ADM) is a sell."

" NutriSystem ( NTRI) not my style. ... Eventually will go lower. Has a bit of a craze. ... I would swap out of NutriSystems and get in on a pullback back to Weight Watchers."

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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Seagate Technology.

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