Lightning Round: The ultimate gasoline play

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:

Kinder Morgan: "I don't think Kinder Morgan is all that related and will not go up or down on that pipeline [keystone]. What matters right now is that Kinder Morgan has spent a fortune building new pipelines and we may not need them all. I do not like the stock."

Smith & Wesson Holding Corp: "Here is a company that reported a big upside surprise. The stock then went down and it's starting to come back. I think you have to wait, I do prefer the stock of Taser, which was down today off of a little bit of negative press commentary."

Cracker Barrel Old Country Store: "It is the ultimate gasoline play, and every time it has pulled back it has been right as long as natural gas stays low. So I'm going to say buy, buy, buy."

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Liberty Property Trust: "I know this company and I've got to tell you it's not special enough for me. It's got a decent yield. I would rather see you in EPR, which has a very good yield — exactly the same — and I think has more upside."

Starbucks: "The stock has been acting weak ever since that last quarter. I've got to tell you I think the prospects are great, but I am urging you not to take a monthly or even a quarterly view of Starbucks. I think this is a multi-year play and I like it very much."

Seadrill: "No, way too speculative. I know all of these stocks have moved up, and I think that every one of these stocks in the drilling segment whether it be Ensco, Transocean, or this one — sell, sell, sell. I just don't care for them."

Energy Transfer Partners: "I liked it for a long time, but we decided to leave it for Why? Because we still don't understand how they are going to be able to finance longer term that dividend given the deal that Energy Transfer Equity is doing with Williams."

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