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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" Wednesday evening:

American Apparel ( APP): "American Apparel is ... a shell company. ... I don't want to be in this at all. ... I want to be buyers of Guess? ( GS - Get Report) or more importantly J. Crew . ... Ixnay on American Apparelnay."

Anheuser-Busch ( BUD): "It's never gonna hurt ya. ... It's never gonna make you a lot of money. ... Don'tBuy."

Citigroup ( C): "It's been an ultimate House of Pain. ... If you have a belief that the Federal Reserve knows more than I think it does ... Citi's a buy. If they don't, SellSellSell." Cramer owns Citigroup for Action Alerts PLUS.

Thompson Creek ( TC): "This stock ran, it come back down. ... I would buy more. ... The company's worth a lot of money."

Advanced Micro Devices ( AMD - Get Report): "Stay away from my Wall of Shame stocks until the CEO goes. ... SellSellSell. I'd rather see you in Intel ( INTC - Get Report)."

Schering-Plough "People think that the study that SGP is doing with Merck will break new ground. If the information is so-so, you gotta buy it. ... This thing is not going below $24."

Magna ( MGA): "This is a play on cars. ... It's come down a great deal. ... I do like Johnson Controls ( JCI - Get Report) more . ... It's come down too far. I'm not getting rid of it here."

MEMC ( WFR): "We have liked this stock for so long. ... WFR ... can bang all the solar companies except for First Solar ( FSLR). ... You have a winner."

Copart ( CPRT): "This Copart has just been a monster stock ... BuyBuyBuy. ... The fundamentals are strong here."

Koppers Holdings ( KOP): "You know I've liked the stock. ... You know I like railroad exposure. ... They make the ties that bind."

Pacific Ethanol ( PEIX - Get Report): "I want you to actually ka-ching! it. I think you just take the money and run there."

Spartan Motors ( SPAR - Get Report): "We don't want to touch Spartan Motors. ... I don't like Spartan Motors and I don't like Force Protection ( FRPT - Get Report). ... Some of these stocks may not come back within this business cycle."

Goldman Sachs ( GS - Get Report): Goldman Sachs reported a monster number. ... Bear Stearns go hat in hand to China trying to get it more money. ... Business is very strong here. ... I think this company is head and shoulders above the competition. ... Go take down some Goldman Sachs."

*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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At the time of publication, Cramer was long Citigroup, Schering-Plough and Goldman Sachs.

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