Going off the record was off the record

At the Nashua Telegraph, someone seems so eager to please that they'll agree to be retroactively told something was off the record. That person, however, is evidently not the person handling corrections.

"A story on Page 1 of Tuesday's Telegraph quoted a White House official explaining that a Q-and-A session with dozens of teenagers in Nashua High School North on Monday was "off the record." However, the explanation about the talk being "off the record" was, it turns out, also "off the record" and should not have been quoted."

254 iterations to go until it throws an infinite recursion error.

Correction [Nashua Telegraph]