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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" Tuesday evening:

Crystallex ( KRY): "I have walked away from Crystallex and endorsed Yamana ( AUY)." Cramer said he has done so because President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela, where Crystallex does its gold mining, "has proven to be a recalcitrant, pseudo-Communist."

TiVo ( TIVO): "The bottom line is TiVo is Don'tBuyDon'tBuy."

Hydril ( HYDL): "This is in pressure-controlled products. ... As long as oil is north of 40 a barrel, you are going to be safe there. ... I am buying that stock. Seems to be a floor under which the OIH ( Oil Service HOLDRs ( OIH)) stocks won't go below."

DirecTV ( DTV): "Happen to like DirecTV ... happen to like EchoStar ( DISH). ... If AT&T ( T) were serious, it would buy one of those companies."

Advanced Semiconductor ( ASX): "Another also-ran semi play. ... I do not want to own the semis here. There is not a single semi I want to own here other than Marvell ( MRVL)," which Cramer sees as benefiting from Apple's ( AAPL) iPhone business. Cramer owns Marvell for his Action Alerts PLUS charitable trust.

Select Comfort ( SCSS): "I have stayed away from the bed business, frankly. ... I am putting a pox on all beds."

CenterPoint Energy ( CNP): "Just OK ... 3.5% yield. ... Basically I like the utilities here, so I can't dis it. Let me just give it a Don'tBuyDon'tBuy."

Nuance Communications ( NUAN): "I say absolutely not. I say no to speech recognition."

Jones Soda ( JSDA): "You know, I like JSDA. ... That's an up stock. I still can't believe Pepsi ( PEP) hasn't taken a run at them."

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

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