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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" Friday evening:

Star Bulk Carriers ( SBLK): "We liked it ... but we got the Diana ( DSX) call. ... I wasn't that impressed. ... Don'tBuy."

Sterlite Industries India ( SLT): "It's an Indian company, and India changed the rules for American investing. ... The India market is overheated. .... I'm gonna give you a Don'tBuy."

Garmin ( GRMN): "Garmin is having a great Christmas. ... I want you to understand that this may be the last great Christmas for Garmin. ... Enjoy it until Christmas and then SellSellSell."

Yingli Green Energy ( YGE): "I have a best of breed ... First Solar ( FSLR). ... I'm not backing away from it. ... I'm not going down the food chain."

IntercontinentalExchange ( ICE): "We picked up a quick 20 smackers on that one. ... I want you to hold ICE. ... I'm liking ICE better than ever."

Blue Coat Systems ( BCSI): "There are so many companies that are involved in this particular kind of security that I'm gonna give you a Don'tBuy."

Occidental Petroleum ( OXY): "That boy is a future Warren Buffett ... They've replenished. They've got a lot of natural gas. ... That kid has got horse sense."

Art Technology ( ARTG): "I gotta tell ya, it's a speculative play, but I'm not gonna blast it. ... Don'tBuy. ... It was a 1999, 2000 dot-com play, and it's never been heard from since."

Seaspan ( SSW): "Of the shippers, I like that. ... The shipping business we were too bullish on. ... Don'tBuy. ... I'm not gonna bless Seaspan."

Horsehead Holding ( ZINC): "I like Lundin Mining ( LMC). ... I'm sticking with a commodity thesis. ... I think ZINC has stumbled and will come back."

Johnson Controls ( JCI): "That is an excellently well run ... company. Is it everyone's favorite? It is. ... It's cheap and comes back if the Fed keeps cutting."

*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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