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NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- The crisis in Cyprus is just another in a long line of European panics that likely won't amount to anything, Jim Cramer reassured his "Mad Money" TV show viewers Monday. He said the bears may once again be predicting the end of the world as we know it, but nothing could be further from the truth. Cramer said the banking system in Cyprus is simply comical -- the regulators, or lack thereof, allowed their banks to get into such a mess in the first place. This comedy of errors is only outdone by the regulators' clueless actions in trying to remedy the situation. But as bad as things are in the troubled island nation, there were no big runs on the banks, as many bears were calling for over the weekend. Nor were there major market selloffs. Cramer said those who insist "it could happen here" clearly have no idea how well regulated the U.S. banking system is post-2008. "There was no panic on the floor of the