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Lightning Round: It will bounce back hard with oil

It's that time again! Jim Cramer rang the lightning round bell, which means he gave his take on caller favorite stocks at rapid speed:

Habit Restaurants: "Habit is good, I prefer Jack in the Box and I thought Chipotle reported a remarkable quarter last week. I like those more."

Enbridge Inc: "Enbridge I think is very good. It's a very solid company and we need all the pipe we can get. That's been a big mistake by the people selling the pipe stocks. Those are where we absolutely need the infrastructure. I think it's okay, I really do."

Taser International: "I have been a big backer of Taser the whole way because I think it's really the only way for cities to be able to have immunity or at least indemnity against some of the charges."

Continental Resources: "My only reservation with Continental Resources is the Bakken depletion is really great. But I have to tell you, I think that oil can come back and Continental will be one that will come back very hard."

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Ship Financial International Ltd: "I think that Nordic American Tanker is the one that I want to own in that group. NAT, that's the safer one. I feel pretty good about it, Herbjorn Hansson [the CEO] can withstand a lot of pressure, I think that's the one to go with."

Eastman Kodak: "We looked at it, the imaging business and we went over it to think that maybe this is one that we can recommend and we just could not pull the trigger. It's just not good enough."

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