A confused or fearful state when the fate of a successful H-1B visa applicant is randomly selected, assuming that his employer-to-be didn't inflate his salary.
Following President Trump's threat to punish foreign companies that are job stealers, Infosys, an outsourcing company—which benefited from the randomonium exercise—claims that they would hire 10,000 workers in the US.
by MathPlus May 13, 2017
See above: randomonium
by RANDOMONIUM November 28, 2008
An uncontrolled, unforseen thought or event created within the paradox of reality in order to instill an understanding of the pattern of chaos.
by David Vasquez April 13, 2005
by Ian Connor February 01, 2004
The jew is expressing randomonium
by Josh the jew April 17, 2008
A festival celebrating Four Peaks Brewing Company in Tempe, AZ. The first one happened in April 2012.
by Him again? April 21, 2012
by Matt R.E. March 28, 2008