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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:

Denny's ( DENN) is so right ... a restructuring story ... paying off debt ... earnings going to go up. Getting to where it should have been two years ago. Two thumbs up, way up."

Ship Finance International ( SFL): "Too many very large carriers being built. That could drive the rates down. They may not be able to pay the dividend. Put me in the Don'tBuy" camp.

Mentor ( MNT): "There's room for Mentor, but it is not as good as Allergan ( AGN)."

Valero Energy ( VLO): "Mutual funds are piling out of Valero. ... Even though it's dirt cheap, I don't want you to buy Valero."

MasterCard ( MA): "Pull the trigger buy. ... There's nothing wrong, we just found out JPMorgan ( JPM) had 17% growth in the credit card business ... I'm staying bullish ... been bullish for 50 points ... not backing away."

MGM Mirage ( MGM): "Ring the register ... Las Vegas Sands ( LVS) and Wynn are Cramer's favorites in the group. He said he likes Las Vegas Sands because a company "can make seven times per table in Macau China" more than in Vegas.

Immucor ( BLUD): "This company does terrific laboratory work. ... Well-run, it's a good company ... fabulous growth. Sells about one times earnings. What's not to like?"

Global Sources ( GSOL): "You know, I like this company. You know, it's an Internet play ... hit 52-week high ... but I'm not backing away."

Duke Energy ( DUK): "They've restructured the company ... so well-run ... I like the utilities here, and Duke is one of the best in the country."

MGI Pharma ( MOGN): "It's a cancer-attacking biotech company." But Cramer ixnayed it in favor of best-of-breed Genentech ( DNA).

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