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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" Monday evening:

Schnitzer Steel ( SCHN - Get Report): "You know we like that one. That stock it up, they do scrap. That company is in the sweet spot, you stick with that one."

Toyota Motor ( TM - Get Report): "No, you can't own any auto companies; there is too much disarray there. Everybody is having a hard time and I can't recommend any of them."

TJX Companies ( TJX - Get Report): "I like TJX. They're executing. They're doing a good job. I like them and Urban Outfitters ( URBN - Get Report) and I'm not backing away."

eBay ( EBAY - Get Report): "No, Ebay is up on a spike. That company is not well run well enough to buy when it's up. You have to wait for a pullback."

Rofin-Sinar Technologies ( RSTI): "I think the industrial side of lasers is the way to go. I like this one."

Companhia Siderurgica Nacional ( SID - Get Report): "Oh man, we recommended this one a long time ago. Let me reiterate my buy right here."

Iowa Telecommunications "No, this is one of those telephone companies, only without the growth. I only like AT&T ( T - Get Report) and Verizon ( VZ - Get Report)."

American Capital Strategies ( ACAS): "I keep thinking I should recommend this one for its yield, but I think this is a tough one in a recession."

Lockheed Martin ( LMT - Get Report): "Oh jeez, why is this one not at a 52-week high? I think you have 10 points coming there. That's a well-run company."

Eagle Bulk Shipping ( EGLE - Get Report): "No, I'm going to recommend Frontline ( FRO - Get Report)."

Triple-S Management ( GTS - Get Report): "I think this one is a real buy. I think they're a great situation."

Bare Essentials : "No, no. I do not like this one. It crashed and burned. I don't want you in that one."

*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 Verizon.

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