'Mad Money Lightning Round': Grab Schlumberger

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NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- 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.

Schlumberger ( SLB): "I want to own it right here. I never get this stock at a discount."

Geron ( GERN): "No. I've been negative on that one for awhile. It's not worth selling down here but it's not own of my favorites."

Alaska Communications Systems ( ALSK): "It's OK. I'd rather be in Windstream ( WIN). It's met all of its benchmarks and I'm not stretching to get it."

Genesee & Wyoming ( GWR): "I love the rails, including that one, but I like CSX ( CSX) and Union Pacific ( UNP)."

Oracle ( ORCL): "The morons who sold at $30 are wrong. It's going right back to $35."

Covidien ( COV): "I like health care."

CSX ( CSX): "CSX is an up stock and that's one that's ready to roll. "

--Written by Scott Rutt in Washington, D.C.

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