Currently subclassing from Any gives you `TypeError: Cannot subclass typing.Any` at runtime.
You can currently work around this in .py with something like: ``` if TYPE_CHECKING: AnyBaseClass = Any else: AnyBaseClass = object
class X(AnyBaseClass): ... ```
As far as I'm aware, type checkers already support this. We inherit from Any in typeshed in a couple places. The need to support Any inheritance also arises naturally as a result of gradual typing, e.g. if your base class comes from an untyped library or the import cannot be resolved.
I've used this trick myself a couple times and have seen use cases for this a couple times on gitter.im. It's a neat way to silence many errors from classes that do super dynamic things or to allow for classes that can duck type anywhere (e.g. mocks).